Deutsch is the German language word for German (adjective). Deutsche are Germans, while Deutsche/ Deutscher is German (female and male forms, respectively). See Deutsch (etymology) for details.

  • the German language
  • Deutsch Inc., an American advertising agency
  • Deutsch, a village in the German municipality of Groß Garz
  • Deutsch (surname)
  • Deutsch (crater), a crater on the far side of the Moon
  • Deutsch (Interconnect Solutions), an international connector manufacturer

Other articles related to "deutsch":

Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch
... Baron Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch (1852, Arad - 1913, Budapest) was a leading Hungarian industrialist and art patron ... Father József Deutsch was knighted for his economic achievements in 1879 by the Emperor and allowed to use the prefix 'de Hatvan' ... After his studies, Sándor Deutsch de Hatvan joined the family trading business, and with the help of his cousins, made it into a major player in the sugar industry ...
Lea Deutsch - Early Life
... Lea Dragica Deutsch was born in Zagreb to Croatian Jewish parents, Stjepan and Ivka (née Singer) Deutsch ... The Deutsch family lived in Zagreb at Gundulićeva street 39 in a three-story house ... Deutsch began acting at the HNK Zagreb at the age of five, playing small roles in professional productions of Molière and Shakespeare ...
Lea Deutsch - Arrest, Deportation and Death
... In an attempt to save his family, Deutsch's father converted his family to Catholicism in June 1941 ... Members of the national theatre intervened to try to help Deutsch and her family ... and the theatre's attendant Dušan Žanko (himself a member of the Ustaše) all attempted to save Deutsch's life ...
Arnold Deutsch - Espionage Career
... At the same time, Deutsch embarked on his lifelong involvement with Communism and the Soviet Union ... In 1933, Deutsch was arrested by the Nazi authorities in Germany, but was freed from custody with the help of Willi Lehmann, the highly-placed Soviet agent within the Gestapo ... Deutsch then travelled to Britain under his real name, so that his university credentials would be valid ...

Famous quotes containing the word deutsch:

    The difference between Pound and Whitman is not between the democrat who in deep distress could look hopefully toward the future and the fascist madly in love with the past. It is that between the woodsman and the woodcarver. It is that between the mystic harking back to his vision and the artist whose first allegiance is to his craft, and so to the reality it presents.
    —Babette Deutsch (1895–1982)

    Coming too close
    Is monstrous, like a doll
    That is alive and bigger than the child
    Who tries to hold it.
    —Babette Deutsch (1895–1982)

    After all, the ultimate goal of all research is not objectivity, but truth.
    —Helene Deutsch (1884–1982)