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Definition of the noun Germania

What does Germania mean as a name of something?

Germania is a genus of Lamiaceae.


"Germania" is a painting by Philipp Veit created in March 1848 during the Revolutions of 1848. This allegorical figure is represented with the imperial Eagle, oak leaves, a hemp branch, and a banner.

  • completed in (168 years ago)


"Germania" is a book by Heiner Müller.


  1. "Germania" is an operatic dramma lirico consisting of a prologue, two acts, an intermezzo and an epilogue by Alberto Franchetti to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica. The opera premiered on March 11, 1902 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
  2. "Germania" a.k.a. "Live in Germania" is the first live album by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was recorded at four venues in Germany during the Heaven Shall Burn 1996 tour, engineered and edited at The Abyss, and released on July 7, 1997 by Osmose Productions. The album was originally announced by the band as titled The Black Years, but this was later opted out. Live in Germania is the only Marduk album to feature Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy, and also the band's mixer, on guitar.
  3. "Germania" is a patriotic song by Ludwig van Beethoven written in order to celebrate the victory against Napoleon.
  4. "Germania" is a musical album of Jane.
    • released in (34 years ago)
  5. "Germania" is a musical album of Stahlgewitter.


  1. "Germania" is a 2012 film written by Maximiliano Schonfeld and Rafael Cardelli and directed by Maximiliano Schonfeld.
  2. "Germania" is a 1998 short film written and directed by Hrysostomos Krikellis.
  3. "Germania" is a film.


Who is Germania?

Germania a.k.a. Anja Rupel is a Slovene pop singer, songwriter, radio announcer, and journalist. Her father, Fedja Rupel, is a flautist and a professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, and her uncle is the politician and diplomat Dimitrij Rupel.


  1. Germania is a town in Shawano County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 339 at the 2000 census.
  2. GERMANIA a.k.a. The Half Moon is a racing sailboat which sank in 1930 near Miami, Florida, United States. It is located outside Bear Cut off Key Biscayne. Originally christened Germania, the racing yacht was built by Krupp-Germania-Werft in 1908 in Kiel, Germany. In 1914 the yacht visited Southampton, England, to water and was taken as a prize of war. After changing hands several times, and suffering at the hands of an especially violent storm off Virginia, the yacht became a floating restaurant and dance hall off Miami, Florida, sinking near Key Biscayne in 1930. It became the seventh Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserve when it was dedicated in 2000. This was followed on May 31, 2001 with its addition to the US National Register of Historic Places.

There are other places with in their name, like Nueva Germania and Germania Township.


  1. Germania stamps are definitive stamps that were issued by the German Empire and the Weimar Republic between 1900 and 1922, depicting Germania. They represent the longest running series in German philately and are in their many variations and derivations an essential part of German philatelic collections.
  2. Germania: Germanies were guilds of artisans in the Kingdom of Valencia in Spain. Each germania represented a single trade. The germanies are similar to the hermandades of Castile, which were paramilitary law-enforcement militias. Similar to the hermandades, the Germanies at times took up arms to defend Valencia against raids from the Barbary pirates, but this privilege was revoked and the Germanies suppressed after they revolted against the royal government of King Charles I of Spain.

Phrases with Germania

  1. Genus Germania
  2. Division Germania

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Google previewEarly Germans (2009)

by Kathryn Hinds

Germania is a short book, but full of so many interesting subjects, it is difficult to summarize. Along with the topics we have already looked at, Tacitus described the importance of hospitality, the common occurrence of feuds, the punishments for ...

Google previewThe Book of Acts in Its Ancient Literary Setting (1993)

by Winter, Clark

The Germania is an ethnographic treatise; the Agricola is a biography, but also contains an ethnographic digression (10–12) and ...

Google previewThe History of Adams County, Illinois (1879)

Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns, Etc.; a Biographical Directory of Its Citizens, War Record of Its Volunteers in the Late Rebellion; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Northwest, History of Illinois, Map of Adams County, Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous Matters, Etc., Etc

The Germania is an influential journal, and is largely patronized by the citizens of Quinc . The ofiice is at 520 Hampshire street. T e Quincy Oornmercial Review.— This journal was first started in 1871 by its present proprietor, Mr.. Addison L.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

GERMANIA, jér-mâni-a: general name under which the Romans designated, not only a great part of modern Germany, but also a portion of Belgium and the n. and n.e. districts of Gaul; the last two being especially characterized as “ Germania ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Merchandise, and Nomenclature in All Languages (1805)

For the Use of Counting-houses: Containing, the History, Places of Growth, Culture, Use, and Marks of Excellency, of Such Natural Productions, as Form Articles of Commerce; with Their Names in All European Languages by C. H. Kauffman

Nero di Germania. G. Frankfurter schwärze, S. Negro di Germania. Kupferdruker schwärze. P. Negro di Germania. This black is made of the lees of wine, burnt, washed in water, and ground in mills, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Roman Coins, Republican and Imperial (1889)

by Seth William Stevenson, Frederic William Madden

GERMANIA. Antoninus Pius, Commodus, Severus; nscu, as in Trajan; rnancur & corms, as in Constantinus M.-—G0'rni on coins of Probus and Tacitus. The accompanying types to these are for the most part n woman ...

Google previewLexicon universae rei numariae veterum et praecipue graecorum ac romanorum cum observationibus antiquariis geographicis ... edidit Io. Christophorus Rasche. Praefatus est Christ. Gottl. Heyne (1804)

Supplementorum tomus secundus. Cons-H. Curae secundae primis praestant

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The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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