Alternative Names

The German name is "Deutsche" from Germanic thiot ("nation/people"). It does not go back to an ancient name or term but was developed following the line: deutsche (German) language—Deutsche (Germans)—Deutschland (Germany). The term was first coined as "theodiscus" in 768 under the rule of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Great, or Charlemagne, in the context of language to make a distinction from the Romance-speaking people. Thus, even today, deutsch strongly relies on culture and language, although the term deutsche Kulturnation (German Culture Nation), which is a phrase of the 18 th and 19 th century to describe the fact that German-speaking people share a common cultural heritage but do not live in a single state, is rarely used nowadays.

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