plural noun
Mar·​co·​man·​ni | \ ˌmärkəˈmaˌnī\

Definition of Marcomanni

: an ancient Germanic people related to the Suevians

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History and Etymology for Marcomanni

Latin Marcomani, Marcomanni

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