During the Panchasakha era another seer Raghu Arakhsitawho was not part of the Panchasakhas but was a revered saint, composed several Padabalis in Odia. Madhavi Pattanayak or Madhavi Dasi is considered as the first Odia woman poet who was a contemporary of Prataprudra Deva and wrote several devotional poetries for Lord Jagannatha. A new form of novels in verse evolved at the beginning of the 17th century when Ramachandra Pattanayaka wrote Haravali.
Ashkenaz is thought to be the ancestor of the Germans.
Teutonia, regnum Teutonicum — after the Teutons. Teutonisch Land, Teutschland used in many areas until the 19th century see Walhalla opening song.
Deutschland is the current official designation. Norway describing Germanic tribes which invaded continental Europe. Ubudagi — thought to derive from the greeting guten Tag used by Germans during the colonial times,  or from deutsch.
Polish slang of the communist period: Polish pre-Second World War slang: Rajch from German Reich  informal Luxembourgish: Preisen — from the name of Prussia. Pruses from the name of Prussiabut mostly only in derogatory meaning.
This in turn comes from a Germanic word meaning "folk" leading to Old High German diot, Middle High German dietand was used to differentiate between the speakers of Germanic languages and those who spoke Celtic or Romance languages.
Also the Italian for "German", tedesco local or archaic variants: The Germanic language which diutisc most likely comes from is West Frankish, a language which died out a long time ago and which there is hardly any written evidence for today. The word is only known from the Latin form theodiscus.
Until the 8th century the Franks called their language frengisk; however, when the Franks moved their political and cultural centre to the area where France now is, the term frengisk became ambiguous, as in the West Francian territory some Franks spoke Latin, some vulgar Latin and some theodisc.
For this reason a new word was needed to help differentiate between them. Thus the word theodisc evolved from the Germanic word theoda the people with the Latin suffix -iscus, to mean "belonging to the people", i. In Eastern Franciaroughly the area where Germany now is, it seems that the new word was taken on by the people only slowly, over the centuries: The word diutsch and other variants were only used by people to describe themselves, at first as an alternative term, from about the 10th century.
It was used, for example, in the Sachsenspiegela legal code, written in Middle Low German in about Saxony, Bavaria, Franken and Swabia.
The Teutonia tribe with a name which probably came from the same root, did, through Latinultimately give birth to the English words "Teuton" first found in for the adjective German, as in the Teutonic Knightsa military religious order, and the Teutonic Cross and "Teuton" nounattested from In the northern French language area northern France, Belgiumthe neighboring Germanic dialects, areas and inhabitants of Flanders to Alsace are sometimes referred to as Thiois, most likely still for the area between Maastricht and Aachen and for the traditional German speaking part of Lorraine Lorraine ThioiseThe term is obsolete and derives from theodisc see above .
Names from Germania[ edit ] Gaius Cornelius Tacitus The name Germany and the other similar-sounding names above are all derived from the Latin Germaniaof the 3rd century BC, a word simply describing fertile land behind the limes. It was likely the Gauls who first called the people who crossed east of the Rhine Germani which the Romans adopted as the original Germanic tribes did not refer to themselves as Germanus singular or Germani plural.Latest Govt Jobs in Pakistan, Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad.
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Because of Germany's geographic position in the centre of Europe, as well as its long history as a non-united region of distinct tribes and states, there are many widely varying names of Germany in different languages, perhaps more so than for any other European nation.
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Because of Germany's geographic position in the centre of Europe, as well as its long history as a non-united region of distinct tribes and states, there are many widely varying names of Germany in different languages, perhaps more so than for any other European nation. For example, the German language, the country is known as Deutschland, in Spanish as Alemania, in French as Allemagne, in.