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But the Nibelungenlied was also significant as a locus for the philologization of Germanics, exemplified by the editorial efforts and analysis of the Grimms' academic ally Karl Lachmann, the scholar who pioneered the transfer of classicist philological methods to Germanic language objects, a move that in itself served to raise the prestige of the German-language canon.
None the least, even as an ordinary substantive - even as an everyday noun - and even in non-commercial contexts, the word paid has been prominent in the English language (in and even out of England) for very many long centuries quite unremarked by most speakers and even teachers of that basically Germanic language (even with its acquired, overwhelmingly imposing and deeply troublesome Greco-Latin roofing).
The Old French word from which the English was borrowed, herberge, was itself a loanword from Frankish, a Germanic language of Gaul.
As for the tense marker in Present, it is widely known that no Germanic language has any such overt element, either historically or from a synchronic perspective.
It's most famous form of literature is Saga, which is medieval stories written in Old Norse, a Germanic language spoken in Scandinavia during the Viking age.
Jews were officially defined as an ethnic group with a spoken Germanic language (Yiddish).
Decline of island tongue NORN is an extinct North Germanic language that was spoken in the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland and in Caithness, in the far north of the Scottish mainland.
The languages which form the dialect of the North East are Celtic, Latin, the Germanic language of the Anglians, Old Scandinavian (the language of the Vikings) and the above-mentioned Norman French.
00 Pontefract Afrikaans is a West Germanic language spoken in South Africa and Namibia.
First, Modern Frisian is the closest living Germanic language to Modern English.
These wise editorial interventions allow those readers who do not know Dutch to compare the Spanish original and its translation into Dutch, that is, after all, a Germanic language and often looks similar to German or English.
A century later Old English emerges as a branch of the Germanic language family, which includes Dutch and Danish.