Why is Germany named Germany?

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Germany is named after the Germanic tribes that settled in the area. The Romans referred to these tribes as the Germanic people.
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Why is the country Germany named Germany?

The name Germany come from the group of tribes that settled in Northern Europe who were collectively known ethically as Germanic due to customs and language. Germans, by the w (MORE)
In Germany

How does Germany get its name?

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How did Germany get its name?

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