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Teuton

Teuton member of a people of unknown race reckoned among the peoples of Germania. XVIII. — L. Teutonī, Teutones (pl.), f. IE. base meaning ‘people’, ‘country’, ‘land’.
So Teutonic pert. to this people, later identified with Germanic. XVII. — F. teutonique — L. Teutonicus. Comb. form Teut(o)- XIX.

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Teuton

Teu·ton / ˈt(y)oōtn/ • n. a member of a people who lived in Jutland in the 4th century bc and fought the Romans in France in the 2nd century bc. ∎ often derog. a German.

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Teuton

Teuton a member of a people who lived in Jutland in the 4th century bc and fought the Romans in France in the 2nd century bc; from the mid 19th century, the term was used generally to denote Germanic-speaking races and peoples.

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Teuton

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