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Noun+e+Noun (N+e+N)

 
 
Noun compounds can be formed by combining two nouns with each other and at the same time inserting the linking element e between them.

Getränk
+
 e 
+
Automat
=
Getränkeautomat
Maus Loch Mauseloch
Schwein Fleisch Schweinefleisch
Tag Buch Tagebuch
All compounds of this class

Article and inflection class see Noun compounds.

Features:
  • Umlaut:
    Nouns taking an umlaut in the plural are usually umlauted before the linking element e:
    Arzt
    +
     e 
    +
    Kammer
    =
    Ärztekammer
    Frucht Tee Früchtetee
    Gast Buch Gästebuch
    Stadt Bau Städtebau
    But, for example, Mauseloch, Mausefalle (Mäusefalle)






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