Spacer
Canoo Logo
 in: 
case sensitive ss instead of ß
IMPORTANT: Please note that due to a name change, this site will be accessible via www.CanooNet.ch today onwards
 
| Dictionaries | Word Grammar | Wordformation | Sentence Grammar | Spelling (D) | Glossary | Index |  
| Overview | Rules | Dictionary | Wordformation Browser |
 

The suffix sch

 
 
The suffix sch forms adjectives from person names and, in a few isolated cases, from geographic names.

Derivation types:

Noun to adjective

Freud + sch = freudsch
Freud'sch
Schiller schillersch
Schiller'sch
Hannover hannoversch
All derivations

Spelling:

The adjectives that are derived from person names have a spelling variant with apostrophe and a capital initial letter:

freudsch or Freud'sch

In the old spelling, the variant with apostrophe was not correct. There was, however, a spelling variant with a capital initial letter:

Freudsch

In the reformed spelling, this variant is no longer correct. See also Spelling Rules.





Copyright © 2000-2019 Informatique-MTF SA (IMTF), Route du Bleuet 1, 1762 Givisiez, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
Related terms dictionary: Copyright © 1996, 1997, 2011 by University of Tübingen.
Terms of use/Data protection | Contact
Spacer
canoonet fürs iPhone
canoonet - FindIT Die semantische Suche für Unternehmen