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  • The word Theotisc is nearly identical with Teutsch, the name by which the Germans designate their country and language to this day : and the Franks used a cognate language even in France, as late at least as in the days of Charlemagne. The Saturday magazine: Volumes 18-19 - Page 226 By Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in 1841 in Great Britain

    October 2, 2011

  • Anglo Saxon theodisc, Old High German deutisc, both from a root meaning a nation, a people, THE people, I believe.

    October 2, 2011