noun Teu·ton \ˈtü-tən, ˈtyü-, -ˌtän\

Definition of TEUTON

:  a member of an ancient probably Germanic or Celtic people
:  a member of a people speaking a language of the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family; especially :  german

Origin of TEUTON

Latin Teutoni, plural
First Known Use: circa 1580

Rhymes with TEUTON


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