He completely overthrew the Alamanni in the great battle of Strassburg (August 357).
The Franks recovered from their panic, the Alamanni turned to flight.
Like most heathen people the Alamanni clothed their gods in their own flesh and blood.
And as soon as he had cried thus, the Alamanni turned and fled.
Wyatt's specimen is the earliest in English; he chose the form for his three satires imitating those of Alamanni.
The Alamanni were defeated, and fled to the Mœotian marshes.
Parts of this law have been taken directly from the Visigothic law of Euric and from the law of the Alamanni.
The Bavarian law, therefore, is later than that of the Alamanni.
Ariosto is playful, Aretino scurrilous, Alamanni peevish, Folengo atrabilious.
He also stopped a band of the Alamanni who wished to invade Italy.
name of a Suebic tribe or confederation that settled in Alsace and part of Switzerland (and source of French Allemand "German, a German"), from Proto-Germanic *Alamanniz, probably meaning "all-man" and denoting a wide alliance of tribes, but perhaps meaning "foreign men" (cf. Allobroges, name of a Celtic tribe in what is now Savoy, in Latin literally "the aliens," in reference to their having driven out the original inhabitants), in which case the al- is cognate with the first element in Latin alius "the other" and English else.