Germanophobia


Germanophobia

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  • Germanophobia — Ger·man·o·pho·bi·a || dʒɜː‚mænÉ™ fəʊbjÉ™ n. fear of Germany; fear or dislike of German culture …   English contemporary dictionary

  • germanophobia — ger·mano·pho·bia …   English syllables

  • Germanophobe — Germanophobia, n. /jeuhr man euh fohb /, n. a person who hates or fears Germany, Germans, or German culture. [1910 15; GERMANO + PHOBE] * * * …   Universalium

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