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

Teu′ton·ist n.
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Noun1.Teutonist - a specialist in the history of the Teutonic people or language (especially with respect to the Teutonic influence on the history of England)
specialiser, specialist, specializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
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(31) Colin Kidd, 'Teutonist ethnology and Scottish nationalist inhibition, 1780-1880', Scottish Historical Review 74 (1995), pp.
Thus, Brimelow, a modern-day Teutonist (and, ironically, an immigrant himself), complains about the racial origins of immigrants, whereas earlier opponents of immigration worried more about their religion or country of origin within Europe.
Thus beliefs in biological differences were easily merged with the Teutonist historians' views that peoples were the products of historical and cultural forces.