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It was often used as a surname in the Middle Ages:
- Walerland Teutonicus - 13th century Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports
- Notker Teutonicus (950–1022) - monk and author
- Franco Teutonicus or Franco of Cologne - 13th century music theorist
- Theodoricus Teutonicus de Vrîberg or Theodoric of Freiberg (ca. 1250–ca. 1310) - Dominican monk and physicist
- Julianus Teutonicus or Julian of Speyer - 13th century Franciscan monk, composer, poet and historian
- Johannes Teutonicus or John of Wildeshausen (ca. 1180–1252) - Master General of the Dominican order
- Johannes Teutonicus Zemeke (d. 1245) - glossator on the Decretum Gratiani
Other uses include:
- Furor Teutonicus ("Teutonic Fury"), Latin phrase referring to the proverbial ferocity of the Teutones
- Mos Teutonicus - an embalming method
- Ordo Teutonicus - "German Order", The Teutonic Knights
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