Origin of germane
Related formsger·mane·ly, adverbger·mane·ness, nounnon·ger·mane, adjectiveun·ger·mane, adjective
Examples from the Web for germane
Germane and relevant in their way, but wielding a different methodology.
Beck's is also an import whose most germane attribute is its Germanity.
My experiences of this city are not, however, germane to this narrative.I Walked in Arden|Jack Crawford
Therefore, a brief account of how this became possible will be germane.Harvey's Views on the Use of the Circulation of the Blood|John G. Curtis
However the mention of a few remarkable instances is germane to the matter of which we are treating.Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4)|Plutarch
The subject assigned me is incidental rather than germane to the work of this Congress.
Other fields of mental satisfaction have been left entirely outside as not germane to the inquiry.Success (Second Edition)|Max Aitken Beaverbrook