Teutonicism


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Teu·ton·ism

 (to͞ot′n-ĭz′əm, tyo͞ot′-) also Teu·ton·i·cism (to͞o-tŏn′ĭ-sĭz′əm, tyo͞o-)
n.
1. A German practice or idiom; a Germanism.
2. German character or civilization.

Teu′ton·ist n.

Teutonicism

1. anything typical or characteristic of the Teutons or Germans, as customs, attitudes, actions, etc.
2. Germanism. — Teutonic, adj.
See also: Language
1. anything typical or characteristic of the Teutons or Germans, as customs, attitudes, actions, etc.
2. Germanism.
See also: Germany
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The personnel of the Imperial German Navy (IGN) came from all parts of Germany, and the fleet became, as Tirpitz (see below) once put it, a "melting pot of teutonicism.
Ives' homophobia is contemptible; Schenker's assimilated and xenophobic Teutonicism is insufferable.