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In the 15th and 16 centuries, the word "Dutch" simultaneously meant both German and Dutch, or "Low German". In Germany and the Netherlands, the term "Dutch" - in the form of Dutch - later became particularized to the Germans, while the English continued to use "Dutch" to refer to the Germanic people they encountered most frequently - the Dutch of the Netherlands.
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This sense of the word still survives in the community known as the Pennsylvania Dutch, who first set foot on U. Hence we have the demonym Dutch for the people of the Netherlands, which, despite popular misconception, is not coextensive with Holland - and no demonym for the people of Holland, unless we want to revive an archaism like Hollandish.
But most Dutch will pardon any earnest visitors who mix up these terms; just don't confuse them with the Danish!