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ģermāniete

See also: ģermānietē

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EtymologyEdit

From ģermānis (Germanic (man)) +‎ -iete.

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NounEdit

ģermāniete f (5th declension, masculine form: ģermānis)

  1. (historical) (ancient) German woman; a female member of one of the ancient Germanic peoples of primitive Germania
    viņa tēvs bija romietis, bet māte - blonda ģermāniete — his father was a Roman, and his mother - a blond German woman

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