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East Germanic

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noun

a branch of the Germanic languages no longer extant, comprising Gothic and probably others of which there are no written records. Abbreviation: EGmc

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Origin of East Germanic

First recorded in 1900–05
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East Germanic

noun

a subbranch of the Germanic languages: now extinct. The only member of which records survive is Gothic
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