[whatwg] Entity parsing [trema/diæresis vs umlaut]
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Mon Jun 25 12:09:03 PDT 2007
Øistein E. Andersen schreef:
> French dictionaries require loan-words like angström, führer and länder (plural
> of land) to be spelt with an umlaut, but these are of course too rare for
> a differentiation tréma/umlaut to have developed, and I would imagine
> German imports with umlaut to be only slightly more common in Dutch.
In Dutch there are words with umlaut from both German and Scandinavian
Most of them are substantives (e.g. "übermensch", "knäckebröd"). The
only one I can think of right now that is not a substantive is "überhaupt".
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