Dutch, Duits, Diets, Deitsch and Deutsch are similar because they are cognate. Meaning that they all ultimately derive from the same root word.
This root is found in the Common West Germanic of about 200-400 AD, and was þeod (or theod) and it meant people.
Though the modern words that derive from this root are similar, they have very different meanings.
Deutsch in German, and Duits in Dutch, means German.
Dutch in English, and Diets in Dutch, means Dutch.
Deitsch is the word used among the Pennsylvania Germans for both modern German and Pennsylvania German.
walrus is a dutch word
It's of Dutch origin; from the Middle Dutch word landscap.
some think dutch
From the Dutch word 'baas', meaning 'master'.
The language of origin for the word "tattoo" is Dutch. The Dutch word "taptoe!" was adopted by the English as "tap-too" and then during the 17th century as "tattoo."
i believe it is of dutch origin. SMASHING!
The word "walrus" is of Dutch origin.
The name is Indonesian in origin, assimilated into Dutch.
The word reef comes from Middle Dutch. 1350-1400; Middle English refe (noun) < Dutch reef
It's from the Dutch word: sloep. (Which, as far as I can tell, means "sloop.")
From the Old English 'monath' and of German from the word 'moant' and the Dutch word 'maant'