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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGermanicGer‧man‧ic /dʒɜːˈmænɪk $ dʒɜːr-/ adjective  1 SLLrelating to the language family that includes German, Dutch, Swedish, and English2 SANrelating to or typical of Germany or German people
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GermanicAny work which demonstrated ancient Germanic culture was seized upon and given official patronage.An individual using and being buried with an artefact of, ultimately, Continental type was a person of Germanic origin.Perchance my studies in Germanic Philology did much to make me aware of racial bonds that time and money have obscured.While the Germanic tribes were not always engaged in warfare, they were in a state of constant preparation for it.His accent, always strong, has grown much more Germanic with age.