See also: -ért, ert, ERT, and ért

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-ert

  1. (normally Bavaria, Austria) Used to form characteristic adjectives or nouns from nouns, adjectives, and verbs.
    nackt (naked) + ‎-ert → ‎nackert (naked, with a piqued undertone)
    spinnen (to be on wass) + ‎-ert → ‎spinnert (wassy)

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From Low German -ert, in some cases probably through Månsing slang.

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-ert (definite singular -erten, indefinite plural -erter, definite plural -ertene)

  1. Used to form nouns denoting people or animals
    slubbertlazy person
  2. Used to form nouns denoting things, tools, vehicles or vessels
    knallertmoped
  3. Used to form nouns denoting an action
    dukkerta dip (in the water)
  4. Used to form nouns denoting a state or disease
    dryppertgonorrhea

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