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See also: husten
- The plural is extremely rare. It could only be used in the sense of “different kinds of cough” and (doubtfully) “different periods of illness involving cough”.
- The diminutive is perhaps originally that of Huster (“an instance of coughing”), but it also substitutes the diminutive of Husten, e.g. in the sense of “a slight affection by cough”.
Declension of Husten
Nominalization of the verb husten
Husten n (genitive Hustens, no plural)
Declension of Husten (uncountable)
- Husten in Duden online