Written by Dyami Millarson
The Germanic peoples primarily had a two-season system where they divided the year into summer and winter. These are the seasons that contrast the most. All Germanic languages have cognate words for winter and summer. These are truly the most notable words for seasons in all Germanic lamguages as they show a unified system across all languages.
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