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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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The existential struggle between Teutons and Slavs was now entwined with an increasingly complicated and ever-changing technological competition.
In fact Goths or the Teutons were the nearest barbarian elements to the borders of Romanian Empire, thus they spread in the first and second century in the midmost of Europe and its east through the Rhine and Danube, but the first home for the Goths elements was the lands around the Baltic ocean.
The idea of the bar is to create an apres-ski vibe, only without bearded Teutons leaping around in ski boots to the offerings of Scandinavian DJs and prices that could bankroll half the continent.
Negro students are taught to admire the Hebrews, the Greeks, the Latins and the Teutons and to despise themselves and all other races which are now subject to exploitation.
The next tactic tried by the Teutons was layin' out some spike strips on the road.
Empty of Gauls, Teutons, Britons, and Slavs perhaps.
The modern Italian nation was formed from Romans, Teutons, Etruscans, Greeks, Arabs, and so forth.
Teutons like Beowulf actually appear reasonable fellows, who could come to terms over disputes.
Jacob Flanders's trip to Greece, during which he is annoyed by the chattering voices of French women at the Parthenon, is a fictionalized account of Woolf's own trip to Greece; the voices that disturb her pretentious classical reverie at the Temple of Pluto are German ("A horde of Teutons invaded us" (The Passionate Apprentice 324-25).
The USA's solution, "out of many one," cannot be Europe's solution, since we have been one ever since Greeks, Romans, Celts, Norsemen, Teutons, Slavs, and others Europeans realized long ago that they shared a common heritage.
This first volume of five in the set encompasses 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.
He's just returned home to Prestwich, north Manchester after tours of Iceland, the States and Germany - the band are huge with the Teutons - promoting the 25th studio album The New Real Fall LP (formerly Country on the Click).
If there's one thing the Teutons are rightly famed for it is their methodical organisation.