English is a so called a Germanic language, as are German, Yidish, Dutch, etc.
In a way it seems natural to believe that German is "more Germanic" than English. But here it is not clear what "more" is supposed to mean since "Germanic" is just a linguistic description of the inner working engine and the roots of a language.
In this context I am looking for examples that are "the other way around", i.e. where the original Germanic form is used in English and another (e.g. Roman) form in German.
The most prominent examples are the following ones:
English: window from Germanic Windloch (wind hole)
German: Fenster from Latin fenestra
What would be a good source to help easily find (such described words)?