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revised Schützengrabenvernichtungspanzerkraftwagen
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reviewed Looks OK What does the word “Schickimicki” mean?
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comment What does the word “Schickimicki” mean?
Welcome to German Language SE. Please consider expanding your answer with further explanation, such that it is more useful to further visitors.
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revised Was genau ist ein “Teutonismus”?
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comment German old handwriting recognition - help
@Bort: But then, Eber-sau would be written Eberſau, not Ebersau. So, you do not need a subtly hidden pause for this pun.
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revised Is “herausquetschen” the right word for “to squeeze out”?
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comment German old handwriting recognition - help
@Uwe: I doubt that your first guess is correct as a Kurrent w almost always ends in some sort of swash – in contrast to a modern w. — As for your second suggestion: It’s unlikely, but possible.
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answered German old handwriting recognition - help
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comment Wieso ist die Bezeichnung »scharfes s« ausgerechnet dort verbreitet, wo es kein stimmhaftes s gibt?
@Jan: Wollt ihr daraus vielleicht eine eigene Frage machen?
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revised Unterschied zwischen “es sei denn” und “außer wenn”?
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comment Ist das Wort “Ungleichnis” zulässig?
Related: Ist Praxist ein deutsches Wort?
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comment Can Germans distinguish “iSelf” from “iShelf” by pronunciation?
@c.p.: Take a look at the answers to see what this has to do with the German language.
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comment Can Germans distinguish “iSelf” from “iShelf” by pronunciation?
@dakab: I doubt that “man” and “men”—properly vocalized—are difficult for Germans to differentiate. – Well, I have no statistics on this, but I have heard German native speakers claim that man and men do not differ in pronunciation at least three times in my life.