Definition for germanic (2 of 2)
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Yes, as a figure, “Santa Claus” has his roots in early Christian Europe, Dutch folklore, and Germanic paganism.Yes, Megyn Kelly, Santa Can Be Black (and Jesus, Too)|Jamelle Bouie|December 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Italian unification in 1861 married the Germanic north with the Latin south.
“For me to learn any Romance or Germanic dialect, just put me in the environment, and it would come alive,” he said.Adventures with an Extreme Polyglot: Excerpt from 'Babel No More'|Michael Erard|January 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I know the play started in England and is now in America, but there is a slightly Germanic quality to it.
Matzo ball soup is definitely American, but also Eastern European and Germanic and French.
A significant feature, this, throughout the history of Italy; she did not become Germanic.
We read that Charlemagne caused a book to be made of Germanic poems, which till then presumably had been carried in mens memories.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
This may have been a common Germanic trait; cf. Rolf Blue-beard.In Northern Mists (Volume 2 of 2)|Fridtjof Nansen
However, his title of grand-duke was confirmed, and as grand-duke of Hesse and of the Rhine he entered the Germanic confederation.
Here truly is the ancient Germanic forest, as if a reminiscence of the religious groves of Irmensul.