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[an ethnic slur or hate word referring to a German, usually by a non-German or German not identifying with other Germans; cf. Kraut]Krautfresser {m} [pej.] [oft Hasswort]
[German citizen of non-German origin]Passdeutscher {m} [pej.]
ling. Federal German High German [standard German of Germany]bundesdeutsches Hochdeutsch {n}
ling. Federal German High German [standard German of Germany]deutschländisches Deutsch {n}
hist. [German 1871-1945, used by German speakers outside the territory]Reichsdeutscher {m}
sociol. [neologism invented by German Turks for German-Turkish] {adj}deukisch [ugs.] [deutsch-türkisch]
[typically or deeply German, from a German point of view] {adj}treudeutsch [heute meist pej.]
hist. mil. [position of sergeant-major without the rank, WW2 German and East German military]Hauptfeldwebel {m} [ugs.] [Spieß]
hist. [German safety matches; cf. German Zündwaren monopoly]Welthölzer {pl} [ehem. Markenname, Deutsche Zündwaren-Monopolgesellschaft] [Sicherheitszündhölzer]
hist. [German safety matches; cf. German Zündwaren monopoly]Haushaltsware {f} [Markenname bis 1983, Deutsche Zündwaren-Monopolgesellschaft] [Sicherheitszündhölzer]
Boche [sl.] [disparaging: a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]Scheißdeutscher {m} [vulg.] [pej.]
geogr. Majorca [German term hum. denoting the Spanish island as a 17th German federal state]17. Bundesland {n} [hum.] [Mallorca]
hist. mil. War Order of the German Cross [coll.] [German Cross, WW II German Armed Forces]Kriegsorden {m} des Deutschen Kreuzes [ugs.] [Deutsches Kreuz, 2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
oenol. [association of German quality and prädikat-wine estates: uses officially the German name and abbreviation in English]Verband {m} Deutscher Prädikats- und Qualitätsweingüter (e. V.) <VDP>
mil. raindrop camouflage pattern [WW II German Forces and East German Forces]Ein-Strich-kein-Strich-Tarnmuster {n} [ugs.] [Wehrmacht und Nationale Volksarmee]
Boche [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]Boche {m} [pej.] [Schimpfname der Franzosen für einen Deutschen, bes. im 1. Weltkrieg]
hun [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [also: Hun] [German or Austrian, esp. German soldier in World War I or II]Hunne {m} [pej. für einen Deutschen oder Österreicher, bes. als Soldat im 1. oder 2. Weltkrieg]
hist. mil. Semper Talis [motto of former Prussian-German guard formations and the guard battalion of the German Bundeswehr, "always the same"]Semper Talis [Motto ehemaliger preußisch-deutscher Gardeverbände und des Wachbataillons der Bundeswehr <WachBtl BMVg>, "stets gleich"]
mus. [German ballad opera]Liederspiel {n}
[German Expressionist dance]Ausdruckstanz {m}
[German Expressionist dance]Bewegungskunst {f}
journ. RadioTV [German media prize]Bambi {m}
[German youth slang]Checkerdeutsch {n}
bureaucratese [in German]Behördendeutsch {n}
hist. burgrave [German History]Burggraf {m}
geogr. Franconia [German region]Franken {n}
ling. officialese [German]Amtsdeutsch {n} [pej.]
ling. officialese [German]Beamtendeutsch {n} [pej.]
ling. officialese [German]Papierdeutsch {n} [pej.]
geogr. Rhoen [German region]Rhön {f}
gastr. [German] cinnamon rollRollkuchen {m}
gastr. [German] nut wedgesNussecken {pl}
hist. [German] peoples' federationVolksbund {m}
gastr. [German] pudding bretzelPuddingbrezel {f}
mus. sociol. [(German) youth music movement]Jugendmusikbewegung {f}
[ethnic German immigrant to Germany]Aussiedler {m}
hist. [German / Austrian youth movement]Wandervogel {m}
educ. [German Armed Forces College]Bundeswehrfachschule {f}
mus. [German Bach society]Neue Bachgesellschaft {f}
comm. [German department store chain]Karstadt {m}
[German government economics adviser]Wirtschaftsweiser {m}
pol. [German national election campaign]Bundestagswahlkampf {m}
games [German-style board game]Autorenspiel {n}
Aryan [dated] [Indo-German]Indogermane {m}
auslander [German for foreigner]Ausländer {m}
bureaucratese [coll.] [in German]Bürokratendeutsch {n}
gastr. loin [saddle, German cut]Nierenstück {n}
sports ayro wheel [German wheel]Rhönrad {n}
geogr. Electoral Palatinate [German region]Kurpfalz {f}
geogr. Lower Lusatia [German region]Niederlausitz {f}
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