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German немецкий
How to say “German” in Russian? “Немецкий”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “немецкий” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on German in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "немецкий" (nemeckiy) resembles the English word "Nemesis", helping to link it to something foreign or different, much like how a different language might feel.
– The prefix "нем" can be associated with imagining someone as "mute" or unable to speak your language, which historically ties to the meaning of "немец" (foreigner).

– "немецкий" (nemeckiy) is the adjective form of "немец" (nemets), which means "German" (a person from Germany).
– The word is derived from "немец" which historically meant "mute," used to refer to people who spoke a language incomprehensible to Russians.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "германский" (germanskiy): This also means "German" but is often used for formal or academic contexts, such as "Германская филология" (German philology).

Alternate meanings like slang:
– There are no widely used slang terms that derive directly from "немецкий." However, the word "немчура" (nemchura) informally and somewhat derogatorily refers to Germans in a collective sense.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он изучает немецкий язык. (On izuchayet nemeckiy yazyk.) — He is learning the German language.
– Эту книгу перевели на немецкий. (Etu knigu pereveli na nemeckiy.) — This book was translated into German.
– У меня есть друг, который прекрасно говорит на немецком. (U menya yest' drug, kotoryy prekrasno govorit na nemeckom.) — I have a friend who speaks German perfectly.

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