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relating to the grammatical case that marks typically a relationship of possessor or source

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I want to say in German, "the student of Mr. X.". I thought I might use the genitive case, and found "des Herrn" in my dictionary, but all the examples containing that phrase referred to God … . Pages linked from related questions on genitive case do not contain examples with "Herr". "der Student von Herrn X" also sounds wrong, but my ears are relatively untrained in German. How does one say this? …
asked Oct 12 '18 by laur34