Question: Deutschland is better known by what English-language name?
In Roman times, modern-day Germany was known as Germania because it was inhabited by the Germanic tribes. This is where the country’s English name comes from. However, Germans refer to their country as Deutschland, which comes from the local language that took hold in the region in the eighth century CE. It was known as Duits Disk (meaning “of the people”) and eventually shortened to Deutsch.
The Answer: The correct answer is Germany.