German vs Walser - What's the difference?

german | walser |

As a proper noun german

is a german, teuton.

As a noun walser is

a member of a german-speaking community in alpine switzerland, italy, liechtenstein and austria.



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(en noun)
  • A native or inhabitant of Germany; a person of German citizenship or nationality.
  • A member of the Germanic ethnic group which is the most populous ethnic group in Germany; a person of German descent.
  • A member of a Germanic tribe.
  • Rome was sacked by Germans and the Western Roman Empire collapsed.


    * (member of the German ethnic group) Teuton * (member of the German ethnic group) Boche, Fritz, Hun, Jerry, Kraut (qualifier)


    * European

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • An Indo-European (Indo-Germanic) language, primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, South Tyrol, Switzerland, Luxembourg and a small part of Belgium.
  • German has three genders: masculine, feminine and neuter.


    * (language) High German

    See also

    * (de) * Language list *


    (en adjective)
  • Of or relating to the nation of Germany.
  • * 2001 , Donald L. Niewyk, The Jews in Weimar Germany (ISBN 0765806924), page 31:
  • In Prussia, always the most progressive of the German states during the Weimar years and a stronghold of the two parties, Jews could be found in virtually all administrative departments .
  • Of or relating to the natives or inhabitants of Germany; to people of German descent.
  • Her German husband has blond hair.
  • Of, in or relating to the German language.
  • We take German classes twice a week.
    Because the instructions were German , Yves couldn't read them.


    * Teutonic




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    (en noun)
  • A member of a German-speaking community in Alpine Switzerland, Italy, Liechtenstein and Austria.
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