Herminones

plural noun Her·mi·no·nes \ˌhərməˈnō(ˌ)nēz\
variants: or

Hermiones

\-mēˈō-, -ˌmīˈō-\

Definition of Herminones

  1. :  a division of ancient Teutons described by Tacitus as occupying central and eastern Germany and including interior tribes (as the Hermunduri, Heruli, Suevians, Quadi, Lombards, Vandals)

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Origin and Etymology of herminones

Latin


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