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Is there a German online dictionary that renders all (standard) German words by inputting the last letters?

Say, you input “nebierhcs”, then you get, for instance, schreiben, abschreiben, anschreiben, … (and perhaps some words I'm missing inbetween). That is, one can pick the number of letters in common, the output words are supposed to have as last letters.

This question was somehow motivated by this one.

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marked as duplicate by chirlu, Baz, Takkat Jul 21 '13 at 7:00

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A few months ago a reverse online dictionary for German existed, but trying to answer your question, I noticed that it’s gone. This was its adress, just in case that this is any help. – Wrzlprmft Jul 20 '13 at 20:29
@Wrzlprmft: Your link it to the information page you were redirected to when trying to open the address. :-) – chirlu Jul 20 '13 at 20:51
@Chirlu: Indeed, here is the hopefully correct (dead) link. – Wrzlprmft Jul 20 '13 at 21:01
See also… I used some of the lists to generate my answer to the Einsamkeit und Zweisamkeit-question – knut Jul 20 '13 at 21:02
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I found the answer here

Link to the dictionary

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Super! auch die *-Ende_des_Wortes-Suche in funktionierte. – c.p. Jul 21 '13 at 0:05

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