In German, Deutsche is the feminine adjectival form for Deutsch "German" (the masculine indefinite form being Deutscher; note that the masculine definite form is Deutsche as well, as in der Deutsche Filmpreis). The people of Germany are Deutsche (plural noun).
The adjective appears in the following proper names:
- Deutsche Aerospace AG
- Deutsche Akademie
- Deutsche Bahn
- Deutsche Bank
- Deutsche Börse
- Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft
- Deutsche Grammophon
- Deutsche Luft Hansa (1926-1945)
- Deutsche Lufthansa (since 1953)
- Deutsche Marine
- Deutsche Post
- Deutsche Telekom
- Deutsche Welle
Other articles related to "deutsche":
... Deutsche Reichsbahn (1920 to 1949), from 1924 to 1937 Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft Southwest German Railways (Betriebsvereinigung der Südwestdeutschen Eisenbahnen) (SWDE) Railways of the Saarland (E ...
... overview of the motive power operated by Deutsche Bahn AG ... It only includes those vehicles that have been in service with the Deutsche Bahn AG since its formation on 1 January 1994 ... classes are numbered according to the locomotive classification of the Deutsche Bundesbahn, which had been adopted by Deutsche Bahn AG in 1994 ...
... This article contains a list of locomotives and railbuses of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (East Germany) (DR) according to the numbering system introduced ... on 1 January 1992 into the classification system of the West German Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), originally issued on 1 January 1968, in preparation for the merger of the two German ... described as the 'locomotive classification of the Deutsche Bahn AG' as a number of changes and additions to the DB's 1968 system were needed ...
... American International Telephone Telegraph (Deutsche I.T ... French de Wendel group (de Wendelsche Berg-und Hüttenwerke), Belgian Solvay (Deutsche Solvay) and Dutch-British Royal Dutch Shell (Rhenania Ossag Mineralölwerke) ... Deutsche Reichsbahn 703,546 Railway 226,000 2 ...