Re: CHAT: Dutch dictionary recommendations?
|From:||Jean-François Colson <bn130627@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 6, 2003, 11:31|
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan van Steenbergen" <ijzeren_jan@...>
> broeder -> broeders (brother, sibling)
> -> broederen (member of the same religious community;
BTW What's the difference between "broer" and "broeder". Are they both in
common use with the same meaning?
(And what's the plural of "broer"? I think that's "broeren" but I'm not
There are also some plurals in "-eren":
kind -> kinderen (child -> children)
blad -> bladeren (leaf)
but blad -> bladen (sheet)
And IIRC the names of many jobs ending in "-man" make their plurals in
E.g. zeeman -> zeelui (seaman, sailor).
> Do You Yahoo!?
No, I Belgacom.