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 for Teutonic
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Teutonic \Teu*ton"ic\, a. [L. Teutonicus, from Teutoni, or
     Teutones. See Teuton.]
     1. Of or pertaining to the Teutons, esp. the ancient Teutons;
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     2. Of or pertaining to any of the Teutonic languages, or the
        peoples who speak these languages.
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     Teutonic languages, a group of languages forming a division
        of the Indo-European, or Aryan, family, and embracing the
        High German, Low German, Gothic, and Scandinavian dialects
        and languages.
     Teutonic order, a military religious order of knights,
        established toward the close of the twelfth century, in
        imitation of the Templars and Hospitalers, and composed
        chiefly of Teutons, or Germans. The order rapidly
        increased in numbers and strength till it became master of
        all Prussia, Livonia, and Pomerania. In its decay it was
        abolished by Napoleon; but it has been revived as an
        honorary order.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Teutonic \Teu*ton"ic\, n.
     The language of the ancient Germans; the Teutonic languages,
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      adj 1: of or pertaining to the ancient Teutons or their
             languages; "Teutonic peoples such as Germans and
             Scandinavians and British"; "Germanic mythology" [syn:
             Teutonic, Germanic]

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