Teuton

Teuton

[toot-n, tyoot-n]
noun
1.
a member of a Germanic people or tribe first mentioned in the 4th century b.c. and supposed to have dwelt in Jutland.
2.
a native of Germany or a person of German origin.
adjective

Origin:
1720–30; < Latin Teutonī (plural) tribal name < Germanic

anti-Teuton, adjective, noun
non-Teuton, noun, adjective
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Teuton (ˈtjuːtən)
 
n
1.  a member of an ancient Germanic people from Jutland who migrated to S Gaul in the 2nd century bc: annihilated by a Roman army in 102 bc
2.  a member of any people speaking a Germanic language, esp a German
 
adj
3.  Teutonic
 
[C18: from Latin Teutonī the Teutons, of Germanic origin]

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