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Was “träumen” ever a reflexive verb?
This is another Yiddish-motivated question. I wonder if "träumen" was ever used in a reflexive construction, as in "es hat sich mir geträumt...". This is how the Yiddish phrase is constructed, except ...
Dec 1 '11 at 19:19
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