germanity

noun

Definition of germanity

plural -es
obsolete

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Origin and Etymology of germanity

germane + -ity


Germanity

noun Ger·man·i·ty \ jə(r)ˈmanətē , ˌjərˈ- , jə̄ˈ- , jəiˈ- , -nətē , -i \

Definition of Germanity

plural -es
: the quality or spirit characteristic of Germany or the Germans
  • an Aryan God who is no more than a concept of composite Germanity
  • —Theodore Maynard

Origin and Etymology of germanity

4german + -ity


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