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All three spellings are routinely used. The "correct" spelling, of course, would be Jägertee (hunter's tea), but in my experience the other variants, particularly Jagertee [1] are actually more common. As is commonly the case with dialect expressions there is no fixed orthography, of course, hence the confusion. With that in mind, EC Regulation No 110/2008, ...


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The Standard German terms and spellings for ‘hunter’ and ‘tea’ are Jäger and Tee, so their compound would be written Jägertee ‘hunter’s tea’. (If the left-side component ends with -er there usually is no fuseme “Fugenlaut” like s or n, therefore it’s not ?Jägerstee.) However, at least two types of words don’t necessarily have to follow basic graphotactic ...



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