Germanophile


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Ger·man·o·phile

 (jər-măn′ə-fīl′)
n.
One who admires Germany, its people, and its culture.

Ger·man′o·phile′ adj.

Germanophile

(dʒɜːˈmænəˌfaɪl) or

Germanophil

n
a person having admiration for or devotion to Germany and the Germans
Germanophilia n

Ger•man•o•phile

(dʒərˈmæn əˌfaɪl)

n.
a person who favors, admires, or studies Germany, Germans, or German culture.
[1860–65]

Germanophile

a person who is especially attracted to or interested in Germany, its people, culture, etc.
See also: Germany
Translations

germanophile

[dʒɜːˈmænəfaɪl] Ngermanófilo/a m/f
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