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I use LEO for looking up German words, but it often does not have the plural form of nouns, so for that I use Biolingus, but in the case of the noun "Automatismus", even Biolingus doesn't inform me (as I eventually found out from a colleague) that the plural from of it, is "Automatismen".

What is an online resource which has the correct plural form of all German nouns?

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Duden – John Smithers Jan 24 '12 at 15:07
We have bunch of questions about dictionaries and special kinds of information users need to find in them, I think you'll find a nice one by looking in tags like resources. – user508 Jan 24 '12 at 16:26
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There is, if you don't need translations in the same resource.

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I second canoo. Note that both LEO and link to - just click on the i symbol next to a German entry, is in the menu. – OregonGhost Jan 24 '12 at 15:55

I have found the German Plurals lookup tool to be very useful.

It has most everyday words.

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Why is German plurals voted down? I just tried it, it is actually quite useful for looking up several words at once… – user8863 Jul 13 '14 at 2:29
Because it seems to be spam. – Carsten S Jul 13 '14 at 11:36

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