Germanland etymology

English word Germanland comes from English germ, English -land

Detailed word origin of Germanland

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
germ English (eng) (slang) To grow, as if parasitic.. To germinate. (biology) The small mass of cells from which a new organism develops; a seed, bud or spore.. (figurative) The origin of an idea or project.. (mathematics) An equivalence class that includes a specified function defined in an open neighborhood.. A pathogenic microorganism.. The embryo of a seed, especially of a seed used as a cereal or grain. [...]
-land English (eng) Used to form the name of a sphere of activity or interaction.. Used to form the name of a territory, country, or region.
Germanland English (eng) (nonstandard, dated, or, humorous) Germany.

Words with the same origin as Germanland

Descendants of germ
Descendants of -land
Aggieland Bechuanaland Chinkland Facebookland Fireland Gondwanaland Igboland Italian Somaliland Jewland Lapland Laplandic Maoriland Meyerland Naziland Onionland Somaliland Summerland Swahililand Switzerland Vacationland movieland slumberland slumland techland