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deutsch {adj} [geogr.]
German
Deutsche {m f} , Deutscher [geogr.]
German
deutsch
german
deutsche
german
Deutscher, deutsch
German
teutsch {adj} [obs.]
German
Deutsch; deutsch
German
Platt {n}, Plattdeutsch {n}
Low German
deutschfreundlich {adj}
pro-German
neudeutsch {adj}
neo-German
plattdeutsch {adj}
Low German
Platt {n}; Plattdeutsch {n}
Low German
mitteldeutsch {adj}
mid-German
plattdeutsch; niederdeutsch {adj}
Low German
gesamtdeutsch {adj}
all-German
Fraktur {f} (Schriftart)
german type
deutschfeindlich {adj}
anti-German
ostdeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
East-German
westdeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
West-German
Fraktur (Schriftart)
german type
Deutschbuch {n}
German book
schweizerdeutsch {adj}
Swiss-German
süddeutsch {adj}
south german
sueddeutsch
south german
deutsche Namen
German names
Deutsches Jungvolk [hist.]
German Youth
Deutsche Bucht {f} [geogr.]
German Bight
Deutschstunde {f}
German lesson
dt. : deutsch
Ger. : German
Altniederdeutsch {n}
Old Low German
Deutschlehrer {m}, Deutschlehrerin {f}
German teacher
bundesdeutsch {adj}
German Federal
Ich kann Deutsch (sprechen).
I know German.
deutsche Kultur
German culture
deutscher Kaiser
German Emperor
Deutschlehrer {m}; Deutschlehrerin {f}
German teacher
Scharfkraut {n}; Schlangenäuglein {n} (Asperugo procumbens) [bot.]
German madwort
sudetendeutsch {adj} [pol.] [hist.]
Sudeten German
Altniederdeutsch {n} [ling.]
Old Low German
Althochdeutsch {n}
Old High German
althochdeutsch {adj}
Old High German
DB : Deutsche Bahn
German Railways
Pfd. : Pfund (Gewicht)
German pound(s)
ist deutscher Herkunft
of german stock
deutsche Währung
German currency
deutsche Minderheit
German minority
Neuhochdeutsch {n}
New High German
Althochdeutsch {n} [ling.]
Old High German
Neuhochdeutsch {n} [ling.]
New High German
althochdeutsch {adj} [ling.]
Old High German
neuhochdeutsch {adj} [ling.]
New High German
Schriftdeutsch {n} [ling.]
standard German
Westmark
west german mark
der deutsche Staat, Deutschland, das Reich
the German State
Ludwig der Deutsche [hist.]
Louis the German
Thiedeman-Zügel {pl} [sport]
German Martingal
Deutsche {m f}; Deutscher [geogr.]
die Deutschen {pl}; Deutsche
German
Germans
Deutsche {m,f}; Deutscher [soc.]
die Deutschen {pl}; Deutsche
German
Germans
Freie Deutsche Jugend {f} FDJ [pol.]
Free German Youth
Deutsche Weinstraße {f}
German Wine Route
Freie Deutsche Jugend {f} FDJ [pol.]
Free German Youth
Mittelniederdeutsch {n} [ling.]
Middle Low German
mittelniederdeutsch {adj} mnd. [ling.]
Middle Low German
in deutscher Währung
in German currency
Mittelhochdeutsch {n}
Middle High German
mittelhochdeutsch {adj}
Middle High German
das deutsche Element
the German element
Beamtendeutsch {n}; Papierdeutsch {n}; Kanzleideutsch {n}
officialese German
Deutsche Weinstraße {f}
German Wine Street
Norddeutsche Senke {f} [geogr.]
North German Basin
Bundesbank {f}
German Central Bank
Bundeswehr {f}
German armed forces
dpa : Deutsche Presse-Agentur
German Press Agency
Deutsche Arbeitsfront (DAF)
German Labour Front
Deutschkenntnisse {pl}
knowledge of German
Deutschkurs {m}
German lessons (font class="s"){pl}(/font)
Deutsche Zentrumspartei {f} [hist.]
German Centre Party
Westmitteldeutsch {n} [ling.]
West Central German
westmitteldeutsch {adj} [ling.]
West Central German
Deutsches Kamillenöl {n}; Blaues Kamillenöl {n} [pharm.]
German chamomile oil
verdeutsche
translate into german
deutsche Kaiserkrone
imperial German crown
Deutscher Ethikrat {m}
German Ethics Council
Deutscher Verband für Schweißtechnik (DVS)
German Welding Society
DKP : Deutsche Kommunistische Partei
German Communist Party
verdeutschte
translated into german
Deutscher Verband für Schweißtechnik DVS
German Welding Society
Bundesbürger {m}; Bundersbürgerin {f}
German; German citizen
Deutscher Verband für Schweißtechnik DVS
German Welding Society
Westfernsehen {n} [ugs.] [hist.]
West German television
Röteln {f}, Rubeola {f} [med.]
rubella, German measles
deutschsprechendes Österreich
German-speaking Austria
deutschsprachiges Land
German-speaking country
deutsch-deutsch {adj} [pol.] [hist.]
East German-West German
Deutscher Bildungsrat
German Education Council
ostdeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
East German; east German
westdeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
West German; west German
deutsches Reinheitsgebot {n} [cook.]
German purity law (beer)
Deutscher Bildungsrat {m}
German Education Council
Deutscher Alpenverein
German Alpine Association
Hochschulrektorenkonferenz {f} HRK [pol.] [stud.]
German Rectors Conference
deutsch {adj} dt. [geogr.]
auf deutsch
German Ger.
in German
deutscher Einigungsvertrag {m} [pol.]
German Unification Treaty
Hochschulrektorenkonferenz {f} HRK [pol.] [stud.]
German Rectors Conference
Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA)
German Federal Film Board
Afrodeutsche {m f} , Afrodeutscher
Afrodeutschen {pl}, Afrodeutsche
Afro-German
Afro-Germans
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft {f} (DFG)
German Research Foundation
Deutsche Demokratische Republik
German Democratic Republic
Afrodeutsche {m f}; Afrodeutscher
Afrodeutschen {pl}; Afrodeutsche
Afro-German
Afro-Germans
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft {f} DFG
German Research Foundation
norddeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
North German; north German
süddeutsch {adj} [geogr.]
South German; south German
Afrodeutsche {m,f}; Afrodeutscher
Afrodeutschen {pl}; Afrodeutsche
Afro-German
Afro-Germans
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft {f} DFG
German Research Foundation
Deutsche Wirtschaftskommission (DWK) [hist.]
German Economic Commission
Bundesarbeitsgericht {n}
German Federal Labour Court
ADN : Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst
General German News Service
DFB : Deutscher Fußballbund
German Football Association
im deutschen Sprachraum
in the German-speaking part
deutschsprachige Schweiz {f}; deutsche Schweiz; Deutschschweiz [Schw.] {f} [ling.] [geogr.]
German-speaking Switzerland
Süddeutsche {m f}; Süddeutscher [geogr.]
Süddeutschen {pl}; Süddeutsche
South German
South German
Deutschkurs {m}
German course; German class
Süddeutsche {m,f}; Süddeutscher [geogr.]
Süddeutschen {pl}; Süddeutsche
South German
South German
die Reichswehr {f} [mil.] [hist.]
the German army (1921-1935)
der typische Deutsche
the stereotype of the German
Doppelkopf {m} (Kartenspiel)
Doppelkopf, German card game
Heilpraktiker {m}, Heilpraktikerin {f} (HP) [med.]
Registered German naturopath
Hochdeutsch {n} (Sprache)
standard German, High German
hochdeutsch {adj}
standard German, High German
deutsche Renaissance-Plastik
German-Renaissance sculpture
Bundesgerichtshof {m} BGH [jur.]
German federal supreme court
Deutscher Städtetag {m} [pol.]
German Association of Cities
Doppelkopf {m} (Kartenspiel)
Doppelkopf; German card game
Heilpraktiker {m}; Heilpraktikerin {f} HP [med.]
Registered German naturopath
Hochdeutsch {n} [ling.]
standard German; High German
hochdeutsch {adj} [ling.]
standard German; High German
Norddeutsche {m f}; Norddeutscher [geogr.]
Norddeutschen {pl}; Norddeutsche
North German
North Germans
Heilpraktiker {m}; Heilpraktikerin {f} HP [med.]
Registered German naturopath
Neusilber {n}; Packfong {n} [chem.] [techn.]
nickel silver; German silver
Norddeutsche {m,f}; Norddeutscher [geogr.]
Norddeutschen {pl}; Norddeutsche
North German
North Germans
Deutscher Wetterdienst
German Meteorological Service
DRG : Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft
German State Railroad Company
Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft {f} DRG [hist.]
German State Railroad Company
Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft {f} DRG [hist.]
German State Railroad Company
Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis {m} (früher: Deutscher Jugendbuchpreis) [lit.]
German Youth Literature Award
Alt {n}, Altbier {n}
top-fermented German dark beer
Bundeskriminalamt {n} (BKA)
German Federal Criminal Office
Deutschstämmige {m f} , Deutschstämmiger
Deutschstämmigen {pl}, Deutschstämmige
ethnic German
ethnic Germans
Deutschtum {n}
Germanness, German nationality
DM, DEM : Deutsche Mark
German Mark(s), Deutschmark(s)

Deutsche deutsch {adj} [geogr.] Synonyme

geogr  
deutsch  
deutsch  germanisch  teutonisch  
deutsch-deutsche  Grenze  innerdeutsche  Grenze  Zonengrenze  (umgangssprachlich)  
deutsch-deutsche Grenze  innerdeutsche Grenze  Zonengrenze (umgangssprachlich)  
deutsch  germanisch  teutonisch  

Englische German Synonyme

German measles  African lethargy  Asiatic cholera  Chagres fever  Haverhill fever  acute articular rheumatism  ague  alkali disease  amebiasis  amebic dysentery  anthrax  bacillary dysentery  bastard measles  black death  black fever  blackwater fever  breakbone fever  brucellosis  bubonic plague  cachectic fever  cerebral rheumatism  chicken pox  cholera  cowpox  dandy fever  deer fly fever  dengue  dengue fever  diphtheria  dumdum fever  dysentery  elephantiasis  encephalitis lethargica  enteric fever  erysipelas  famine fever  five-day fever  flu  frambesia  glandular fever  grippe  hansenosis  hepatitis  herpes  herpes simplex  herpes zoster  histoplasmosis  hookworm  hydrophobia  infantile paralysis  infectious mononucleosis  inflammatory rheumatism  influenza  jail fever  jungle rot  kala azar  kissing disease  lepra  leprosy  leptospirosis  loa loa  loaiasis  lockjaw  madness  malaria  malarial fever  marsh fever  measles  meningitis  milzbrand  mumps  ornithosis  osteomyelitis  paratyphoid fever  parotitis  parrot fever  pertussis  pneumonia  polio  poliomyelitis  polyarthritis rheumatism  ponos  psittacosis  rabbit fever  rabies  rat-bite fever  relapsing fever  rheumatic fever  rickettsialpox  ringworm  rubella  rubeola  scarlatina  scarlet fever  schistosomiasis  septic sore throat  shingles  sleeping sickness  sleepy sickness  smallpox  snail fever  splenic fever  spotted fever  strep throat  swamp fever  tetanus  thrush  tinea  trench fever  trench mouth  tuberculosis  tularemia  typhoid  typhoid fever  typhus  typhus fever  undulant fever  vaccinia  varicella  variola  venereal disease  viral dysentery  whooping cough  yaws  yellow fever  yellow jack  zona  zoster  
germane  a propos  ad rem  admissible  affiliated  agnate  akin  allied  appertaining  applicable  applying  apposite  appropriate  apropos  avuncular  belonging  closely related  cognate  collateral  congeneric  consanguine  consanguinean  consanguineous  distantly related  enate  foster  german  in point  involving  kindred  material  matrilateral  matrilineal  matroclinous  novercal  of the blood  patrilateral  patrilineal  patroclinous  pertaining  pertinent  related  relevant  sib  sibling  to the point  to the purpose  uterine  

german Definition

Brother german
() A brother by both the father's and mother's side, in contradistinction to a uterine brother, one by the mother only.
Cousin-german
(n.) A first cousin. See Note under Cousin, 1.
German
(a.) Nearly related
German
(n.) A native or one of the people of Germany.
German
(n.) The German language.
German
(n.) A round dance, often with a waltz movement, abounding in capriciosly involved figures.
German
(n.) A social party at which the german is danced.
German
(n.) Of or pertaining to Germany.

german Bedeutung

German lesson instruction in the German language
German short-haired pointer liver or liver-and-white hunting dog developed in Germany,
pointer and
bloodhound
German shepherd
German shepherd dog
German police dog
alsatian
breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blind
black bee
German bee
darkolored ill-tempered honeybee supposedly of German origin
German cockroach
Croton bug
crotonbug
water bug Blattella germanica
small light-brown cockroach brought to United States from Europe, a common household pest
German
High German
German language
the standard German language, developed historically from West Germanic
Old High German High German prior to
Middle High German High German from to
Low German
Plattdeutsch
a German dialect spoken in northern Germany
Middle Low German Low German from to
pfannkuchen
german pancake
puffy mildly sweet lemon-flavored egg mixture sprinkled with confectioners' sugar and served with jam or a wine or fruit sauce
Luftwaffe
German Luftwaffe
the German airforce
National Socialist German Workers' Party
Nazi Party
the political party founded in Germany in and brought to power by Hitler in
East Germany
German Democratic Republic
a republic in north central Europe on the Baltic, established by the Soviet Union in , reunified with West Germany in
Berlin
German capital
capital of Germany located in eastern Germany
German American an American who was born in Germany or whose ancestors were German
German a person of German nationality
East German a native or inhabitant of the former republic of East Germany
cousin
first cousin
cousin-german
full cousin
the child of your aunt or uncle
Nazi
German Nazi
a German member of Adolf Hitler's political party
Louis II
Louis le Begue
Louis the Stammerer
Louis the German
king of France and Germany (-)
German ivy
Delairea odorata
Senecio milkanioides
South African succulent evergreen twining climber with yellow flowers grown primarily as a houseplant for its foliage, sometimes placed in genus Senecio
sweet false chamomile
wild chamomile
German chamomile
Matricaria recutita
Matricaria chamomilla
annual Eurasian herb similar in fragrance and medicinal uses to chamomile though taste is more bitter and effect is considered inferior
German millet
golden wonder millet
Setaria italica stramineofructa
millet having yellow grains in large drooping spikes
common evening primrose
German rampion
Oenothera biennis
a coarse biennial of eastern North America with yellow flowers that open in the evening, naturalized in Europe
false tamarisk
German tamarisk
Myricaria germanica
Eurasian shrub resembling the tamarisk
German iris Iris germanica a large iris with purple or white flowers, native to central and southern Europe
German iris Iris kochii iris of northern Italy having deep blue-purple flowers, similar to but smaller than Iris germanica
German monetary unit monetary unit in Germany
mark
German mark
Deutsche Mark
Deutschmark
formerly the basic unit of money in Germany
German measles
rubella
three-day measles
epidemic roseola
a contagious viral disease that is a milder form of measles lasting three or four days, can be damaging to a fetus during the first trimester
nickel silver
German silver
a silver-white alloy containing copper and zinc and nickel
German-speaking able to communicate in German
German-American of or relating to or characteristic of German Americans
German of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language, German philosophers, German universities, German literature
East German relating to or characteristic of East Germany, East German spies
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