Germanic or Romance etymology #2: To say

For each synonym of to say, guess if its etymology is Germanic, Romance or neither.
Source: https://www.etymonline.com/
Explanations do not include PIE roots
Hint: Neither is barely used: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Origins_of_English_PieChart_2D.svg
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1. To say
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Proto-Germanic: sagjanan>Old English: secgan
2. To speak
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Proto-Germanic: sprekanan>Old English: specan
3. To talk
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Proto-Germanic: talō>Old English: talu>Middle English: tale>c. 1200 English: talken
4. To communicate
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Latin: communicatus
5. To voice
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Latin: vocem>Old French: voiz
6. To tell
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Proto-Germanic: taljan>Old English: tellan
7. To verbalize
Romance
Germanic
Neither
16c. French: verbaliser
8. To chat
Romance
Germanic
Neither
early 13c. English: chateren
9. To whisper
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Proto-Germanic: hwis- >Old English: hwisprian
10. To narrate
Romance
Germanic
Neither
Latin: narratus
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