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  1. Ujerumani (pia: Udachi, kwa Kijerumani: Deutschland) ni nchi ya Ulaya ya Kati . Imepakana na Denmark, Poland, Ucheki, Austria, Uswisi, Ufaransa, Luxemburg, Ubelgiji na Uholanzi . Ni nchi yenye watu wengi katika Ulaya, isipokuwa Urusi ina watu zaidi. Uchumi wa Ujerumani una uwezo mkubwa: ni nchi inayouza bidhaa nyingi nje kushinda ma taifa yote ...

    • Diutisc
    • Germania
    • Alamanes
    • Nemets
    • Sajones
    • término Báltico

    El término alemán Deutschland deriva del alto alemán antiguo diutisc o de variantes similares del protogermánico þiudiskaz, que significa «del pueblo». Fue utilizado para hacer la diferencia entre los hablantes de lenguas germánicas y los de lenguas celtas o romances. Viene originalmente del protoindoeuropeo *tewtéh₂, «pueblo». Esta es la etimologí...

    La palabra latina Germania, de origen incierto, aparece el siglo III a. C. Podría ser de origen galo y no existe ninguna prueba de que haya sido empleado por las tribus germánicas. Julio César es el primero en utilizarlo para describir a las tribus del nordeste de la Galia en su escrito más conocido, De bello gallico. En inglés, la palabra German (...

    Los alamanes son un conjunto de tribus sur-germánicas suevas que ocuparon lo que actualmente es Alsacia y partes de Baden-Wurttemberg y Suiza. Su nombre proviene del protogermánico *Alamanniz, que podría tener dos significados. Si Al- significa «todo», quiere decir «todos los hombres». Si Al-significa «otro», quiere decir «los hombres extranjeros»....

    El exónimo eslavo nemets, nemtsy deriva del protoeslavo němьcь, «extranjero», que proviene del adjetivo němъ. Significa literalmente «mudo», interpretado en el sentido de «alguien que no habla como nosotros», «un extranjero». Parece que němьcise empleó primeramente para referirse a todos los extranjeros no eslavos. 1. Lenguas eslavas 1.1. bielorrus...

    El nombre de la tribu germánica de los sajones deriva del protogermánico *sakhsan. Los términos estonio y finés se aplicaban históricamente a los antiguos sajones, para posteriormente denominar a la totalidad de Alemania. En algunas lenguas celtas, el término para «inglés» proviene de los sajones. 1. estonio: Saksamaa 2. finés: Saksa

    Términos que significan «Alemania» en lituano y letón, de origen desconocido: 1. letón: Vācija 2. lituano: Vokietija

  2. Makala katika jamii "Ujerumani". Jamii hii ina kurasa 10 zifuatazo, kati ya jumla ya 10.

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    • Notable Individual German Shepherds

    During the 1890s, attempts were being made to standardise dog breeds. Dogs were being bred to preserve traits that assisted in their job of herding sheep and protecting their flocks from predators. In Germany this was practised within local communities, where shepherds selected and bred dogs. It was recognised that the breed had the necessary skill...

    German Shepherds are medium to large-sized dogs. The breed standard height at the withers is 60–65 cm (24–26 in) for males, and 55–60 cm (22–24 in) for females. German Shepherds are longer than they are tall, with an ideal proportion of 10 to 8+1⁄2. The AKC official breed standard does not set a standard weight range. They have a domed forehead, a ...

    German Shepherds are moderately active dogs and are described in breed standards as self assured. The breed is marked by a willingness to learn and an eagerness to have a purpose. They are curious, which makes them excellent guard dogs and suitable for search missions. They can become overprotective of their family and territory, especially if not ...

    The modern German Shepherd breed is criticised by experts for straying away from Max von Stephanitz's original ideology that German Shepherds should be bred primarily as working dogs and that breeding should be strictly controlled to eliminate defects quickly.: 6 He believed that, above all else, German Shepherds should be bred for intelligence and...

    East-European Shepherd

    The East-European Shepherd is a variety of the German Shepherd bred in the former Soviet Unionwith the purpose of creating a larger, more cold-resistant version of the German Shepherd. It lacks the physical deformities bred into western show lines of German Shepherds and has become one of Russia's most popular dog types.

    King Shepherd

    The King Shepherd is a variety of the German Shepherd bred in the United States, its breeders hoping to rectify the physical deformities that have been bred into the original breed.

    Shiloh Shepherd

    The Shiloh Shepherd is a variety of the German Shepherd bred in the United States. It was developed in the 1970s and 1980s to correct behavioural and conformational issues that have been bred into modern German Shepherds, and was bred for its large size, length of back, temperament and soundness of hips. It has been recognised since 1990 by the American Rare Breed Association.

    German Shepherds are a popular selection for use as working dogs. They are known for being easy to train and good for performing tasks and following instructions. They are especially well known for their police work, being used for tracking criminals, patrolling troubled areas and detection and holding of suspects. Additionally, thousands of German...

    When the UK Kennel accepted registrations in 1919, 54 German Shepherds were registered. By 1926 this number had grown to over 8000. The breed gained international recognition after the end of World War I. Returning soldiers spoke highly of the breed and animal actors Rin Tin Tin and Strongheart popularised the breed further.The first German Shepher...

    Many common ailments of the German Shepherd are a result of the inbreeding practised early in the breed's life. One such common ailment is hip and elbow dysplasia which may cause the dog to experience pain later on in life and may cause arthritis. A study conducted by the University of Zurich found that 45% of the police working dogs were affected ...

    German Shepherds have been featured in a wide range of media.In 1921 Strongheart became one of the earliest canine film stars, and was followed in 1922 by Rin Tin Tin, who is considered[by whom?] the most famous German Shepherd. Both have stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Batman's dog Ace the Bat-Hound appeared in the Batman comic books, initial...

    The dog on which the breed was founded
    In film, television and fiction
    Pets of political figures
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GermanyGermany - Wikipedia

    The English word Germany derives from the Latin Germania, which came into use after Julius Caesar adopted it for the peoples east of the Rhine. The German term Deutschland, originally diutisciu land ('the German lands') is derived from deutsch (cf. Dutch), descended from Old High German diutisc 'of the people' (from diot or diota 'people'), originally used to distinguish the language of the ...

  4. koloni la Dola la Ujerumani (kwa Kijerumani Deutsches Reich) lililoamua kuchukua mamlaka mkononi mwake kuanzia 1891, ambako Ujerumani iliweza kupanusha utawala wake juu ya maeneo yote mwisho wa utawala wa Kijerumani wakati wa Vita Kuu ya Kwanza ya Dunia kuanzia mwaka 1916 wakati jeshi kubwa la Uingereza na Afrika Kusini pamoja na Ubelgiji lilivamia, hadi kusalimu amri kwa jeshi la Schutztruppe ...

  5. Hifadhi Mpya ya Mazingira ya Ujerumani ni eneo lililohifadhiwa la nyasi na msitu wa pwani unaoangalia kitongoji cha New Germany nje ya Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal, Afrika Kusini. [1] Hifadhi hii ina mbuga ya asili inayojumuisha aviary na maonyesho ya nyoka, na nyanda za kusini mwa mbuga ambazo zinaweza kuchunguzwa kwa miguu.