Two superlative forms?
One German adjective, froh, has two superlative forms, or so I've read from the German Wiktionary. They're frohesten and frohsten. Is there a way to display something like that? --Lo Ximiendo 06:33, 29 January 2012 (UTC)
- Same question for gesund/ungesund that have the comparatives gesunder/ungesunder and gesünder/ungesünder, and the superlatives am gesundesten/ungesundesten and am gesündesten/ungesündesten. I think this template need an expansion. Sae1962 (talk) 08:06, 11 June 2012 (UTC)
Template could be easier to use
In German, adjectives have often the same form. So, the default form of it could be more intelligent. When creating the adjective strapaziert, say, the default version currently looks like this:
But the adjective "strapaziert" is regular, so it could default to