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There are 14 nine-letter words beginning with GERM

GERMAINESGERMAINE n. (Shakespeare) a germ, shoot, also GERMAIN, GERMEN, GERMIN.
GERMANDERgermander n. A Mediterranean herb, Teucrium chamaedrys, historically grown for medicinal use but now mostly as an…
germander n. Any plant of the genus Teucrium, some with small, pink, white, or pale purple flowers and a small upper lip.
GERMANDER n. a plant of the genus Teucrium, of mint-like herbs and low shrubs.
GERMANELYgermanely adv. In a manner that is germane, relevantly.
GERMANE adv. closely related to; relevant.
GERMANISEGermanise v. Alternative form of Germanize.
GERMANISE v. to make German, also GERMANIZE.
GERMANITEgermanite n. (Mineralogy) An isometric-hextetrahedral pinkish gray mineral containing copper, germanium, iron, and sulfur.
GERMANITE n. a complex mineral, basically copper arsenic sulphide.
GERMANIUMgermanium n. A nonmetallic chemical element (symbol Ge) with an atomic number of 32: a lustrous, hard-brittle, grayish-white…
germanium n. (Countable) An atom of this element.
GERMANIUM n. a metallic element, much used in diodes and transistors as a semiconductor.
GERMANIZEGermanize v. (Transitive) To give a German character to (something).
Germanize v. (Intransitive) To adopt German customs or culture.
GERMANIZE v. to make German, also GERMANISE.
GERMANOUSgermanous adj. Containing germanium with a valence of 2.
GERMANOUS adj. of or containing germanium in the divalent state.
GERMICIDEgermicide n. An agent that kills pathogenic organisms; a disinfectant.
GERMICIDE n. a substance that kills germs.
GERMINANTgerminant adj. That germinates.
germinant n. A germinating plant.
GERMINANT adj. sprouting; sending forth germs or buds.
GERMINATEgerminate v. (Intransitive, botany, horticulture) Of a seed, to begin to grow, to sprout roots and leaves.
germinate v. (Transitive) To cause to grow; to produce.
GERMINATE v. to sprout, to cause to sprout.
GERMINESSgerminess n. The state or condition of being germy.
GERMINESS n. the state of being germy.
GERMPLASMgermplasm n. Seeds or tissues maintained for the purpose of animal or plant breeding, preservation or other research uses.
germ-plasm n. Alternative spelling of germ plasm.
germ␣plasm n. (Biology, dated or historical) The cytoplasm of germ cells.
GERMPROOFgermproof adj. Resistant to germs.
GERMPROOF adj. proof against germs.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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