Origin of Teuton
Related formsan·ti-Teu·ton, adjective, nounnon-Teu·ton, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for teuton
Its peculiar idiom was as native to him as his rugged Teuton speech.Music in the History of the Western Church|Edward Dickinson
He must be free born, a Teuton, and clear of any accusation cognisable by the tribunal of which he is to become a member.Anne of Geierstein, Volume I (of 2)|Sir Walter Scott
It has sentenced the "Teuton" in remorseless sonnets, has fought him in sinfonias, and slaughtered him in ballets and burlesques.
But the Teuton left little impression on the alien culture, while Achæan and Celt leavened the whole mass.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Does not this speak rather loudly in favour of Teuton enterprise?Alone|Norman Douglas