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a.1.Pertaining to the Cimbri, an ancient tribe inhabiting Northern Germany.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'From Gothic, the old Cimbric has sprung, transmitted by later Runic monuments, and also modern Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Icelandic.
of Canada; Vinegar to Grate and Fresh Seafood in Sea Water, both from Globe Export of France; Tartinables de poisson au Boursin from Guayder of France; Cimbrics Caviar Cocktail and Cimbric MSC Fish Cakes, both from Jeka Fish & Cimbric of Denmark.
But in the north he could have kept his brother informed of Cimbric movements, especially since the distances from modern Catalonia to southern France are easily negotiated either by the Le Perthus Pass (Via Domitia) or by sea.