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someone (especially a German) who speaks a Germanic language

a member of the ancient Germanic people who migrated from Jutland to southern Gaul and were annihilated by the Romans

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Williams, an Australian who did wonders for Murdoch's Sky Italia before stumbling over the tightwad Teutons, lasted just 18 monthsat Sky Deutschland.
One of the few Germanic lady flirters is looking for a blond, nature-loving Teuton and starts her message with "greetings to all anti-Communists".
The use of this unrhymed alliterative meter continued after the Teutons were converted to Christianity.
require land and foundation structures, bridge the widening (4), JEnrvenpEnEn central and personal tunnel widening, new bridges (3), staircase and elevator structures, superstructure and electrical track work, gears Teutons, electrification and safety equipment work, noise protections as well as park and ride arrangements.
3 million in its opening frame, nearly tripling the soph sesh of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"--though blue skies and summer weather kept Teutons largely outdoors and out of cinemas as overall weekend box office revenue dropped nearly 12%.
For those of us who are a bit rusty on whether a proper Viking should carry an ax or a sword, Cassin-Scott provides illustrations and descriptions of costumes, props, lighting and sets for plays set in classical Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Greece, and Rome, with excursions to the Romanesque and the costumes of sundry Teutons, Celts, Jutes, Franks, Normans and Vikings.
In a way they are more arrogant than the Germans, but without the accomplishments of the Teutons on which to base their superiority complex.
The 12th-century Icelandic poem Krakumal provides a romanticized description of Ragnar's death and links him in marriage with Aslaug, a daughter of Sigurd (Siegfried) and Brynhild (Brunhild), figures from the heroic literature of the ancient Teutons.
Teutons tend to head to the great outdoors en masse with the first rays of sunshine each year, and no matter what's screening, they are more likely to be found at the beer garden or pool trying to soak up every bit of warmth after a long dark and damp winter.
BERLIN The millions of Teutons who thought "it could never happen again here" found the complacent notion that their country was somehow immune to another Nazi-style dictatorship shattered by Dennis Gansel's chilling drama "Die Welle" (The Wave), which opened at No.
When Knut was presented to the public at the end of March, he immediately captivated the hearts of Teutons all over the country.
Ever since WWII, patriotism has not sat easily with Teutons, and national symbols such as the German colors were signifiers of national guilt rather than pride or joy.
Anyone who ever stereotyped the Germans as buttoned-up should observe the unique spectacle of a couple thousand Teutons rhythmically clapping along to "I've Had the Time of My Life.
And TV-viewing Teutons are already saddled with license fees and cable charges, costs that may deter them from dishing out more for pay TV.
The web also hopes to improve cultural understanding by deconstructing popular cliches about Teutons and Turks.