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Originally, the strudel (coming from an old Germanic word for whirlpool, presumably because of the rolled nature of the pud) appeared in Hungary, but soon spread across the Germanic countries of old Europe, settling most comfortably in Austria, where the classic Apfelstrudel we know today was born.
Frye in effect runs around the new criticism, back to a method allied to the old Germanic philology, avoiding exegesis of verbal effects at all costs.
The name Werder Bremen is a direct reference to this; the word "Werder" is an old Germanic term which refers to a large piece of land next to a river.
The word is in fact from an old Germanic root which reappears in the Anglo-Saxon helian 'to hide' and so means nothing more than 'covered up,' or 'hidden from view.
The word is in fact from an old Germanic root which reappears in the Anglo-Saxon helian ``to hide'' and so means nothing more than ``covered up'', or ``hidden from view''.
Both Heaven and 'Himmel' (German) stem from old Germanic words designating only the physical sky.
Yara is a designed name with its' starting point in both the Norse lingual heritage and in the old Germanic rune alphabet".
Chapter ii offers a similar tour of `Maxims in the Old Germanic languages', concluding that `considerable overlap' appears between OE and cognate maxims, especially in function.