Category:German adjectives with red links in their declension tables

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This category contains German adjectives with red links in their declension tables. This category may sometimes be empty.

The pages here are not sorted in alphabetical order, but rather having their position showing which adjective is a red link.

In the map below, {{{1}}} refers to the positive form, {{{2}}} refers to the comparative form, and {{{3}}} refers to the superlative form.

Sort correspondence to red links:

  • A corresponds to {{{1}}}e.
  • B corresponds to {{{1}}}em.
  • C corresponds to {{{1}}}en.
  • D corresponds to {{{1}}}er.
  • E corresponds to {{{1}}}es.
  • F corresponds to {{{2}}}.
  • G corresponds to {{{2}}}e.
  • H corresponds to {{{2}}}em.
  • I corresponds to {{{2}}}en.
  • J corresponds to {{{2}}}er.
  • K corresponds to {{{2}}}es.
  • L corresponds to {{{3}}}e.
  • M corresponds to {{{3}}}em.
  • N corresponds to {{{3}}}en.
  • O corresponds to {{{3}}}er.
  • P corresponds to {{{3}}}es.

Only the last correspondence is displayed due to technical reasons.

Pages in category "German adjectives with red links in their declension tables"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 393 total.

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