: of, relating to, or in the Dutch of the Netherlands 2 a archaic : of or relating to the Germanic peoples of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Low Countries b : of or relating to the Netherlands or its inhabitants c : german entry 2 3 : of or relating to the Pennsylvania Dutch or their language Dutchly adverb Dutch 3 of 3 noun 1 a archaic (1)
In Dutch, the cultural division between North and South is also referred to by the colloquialism "below/above the great rivers" as the rivers Rhine and Meuse roughly form a natural boundary between the Northern Dutch (those Dutch living North of these rivers), and the Southern Dutch (those living South of them). The division is partially caused by (traditional) religious differences, with the North used to be predominantly Protestant and the South still having a majority of Catholics.
Dec 16, 2011 · The Old English cousin to Dutch, thiod or theod, simply meant “people or nation.” (This also helps explain why Germany is called Deutschland in German.) Over time, English-speaking people used the word Dutch to describe people from both the Netherlands and Germany, and now just the Netherlands today.
Mar 12, 2021 · Dutch: Directed by Preston A. Whitmore II. With Natasha Marc, Iyana Halley, Tamera Kissen, Lance Gross. For Dutch, survival is the ultimate score, and power is the deadliest high of all. When he gains control of an African drug lord's stolen heroin business, Dutch quickly makes it the most feared drug empire on the East Coast.
Jul 19, 1991 · Dutch: Directed by Peter Faiman. With Ed O'Neill, Ethan Embry, JoBeth Williams, Christopher McDonald. To get to know his girlfriend's son, a working-class good guy volunteers to pick him up from his prep school, only to learn that he isn't the nicest young man.
Jan 27, 2023 · January 27, 2023 / 10:55 AM / CBS/AFP. A 17th-century shipwreck off the coast of southern England has been identified as the Dutch warship Klein Hollandia, which sank after a surprise attack in ...
adjective. of, relating to, or characteristic of the natives or inhabitants of the Netherlands or their country or language. pertaining to or designating the style of painting and subject matter developed in the Netherlands during the 17th century, chiefly characterized by the use of chiaroscuro, muted tones, naturalistic colors or forms, and of genre, landscape, or still-life subjects drawn from contemporary urban and rural life.