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Well, I do have the answer now. The genitive indefinite plural of Mann is indeed Männer and not Männern, but the dative is used instead when the genitive is not apparent (die Autos Männern, not die Autos Männer). The same with Äpfel. Leo was at fault here. The entries for Mann, Wald and Gott all give the dative instead of the genitive form in indefinite ...



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