What's the origin of "немецкий"?
Lupsur is right, but němьcь comes from another Proto-Slavic word němъ (mute) - so someone who can't speak Slavic. :) Hence němčina, немецкий язык, немачки језик, nімецька мова, język niemiecki.
xD That's kinda funny
barbar[ian] = babbler
in Greek (or was it Latin...)
It is of Greek origin (the people who spoke bar-bar-bar)...
So, I am a mute now. I love the origin, just because it is kinda random.
From Proto-Slavic *němьcь (“foreigner, German”)
I answered "Неметский язык" and I am not sure why that isn't correct?
From "немцы" (Germans)
I hate the spelling in this game because ц is not ts but c and й is not ii but regular j
If you have a smartphone, just use a Russian keyboard. Trust me, it's easier.