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herbnt Kraut
alecostf Frauenminze
angelicaf Angelika, f Engelwurz
aniseedm Anis
basilnt Basilikum
baynt Lorbeer
bergamotf Goldmelisse
boragem Borretsch
carawaym Kümmel
camomilef Kamille
chervilm Kerbel
chivesm Schnittlauch
corianderm Koriander
cuminm Kreuzkümmel
dillm Dill
fennelm Fenchel
feverfewnt Mutterkraut
horseradishm Meerrettich
hyssopm Ysop
lavenderm Lavendel
lemon balmf Zitronenmelisse
lemon verbenam Zitronenstrauch
lovagem Liebstöckel
marigoldf Ringelblume
marjoramm Majoran
mintf Minze
oreganom Oregano
parsleyf Petersilie
peppermintf Pfefferminze
rosemarym Rosmarin
ruef Weinraute
sagem Salbei
savoryf Bohnenkräuter
sorrelm Sauerampfer
southernwoodf Eberraute
sweet cicelyf Süßdolde
tarragonm Estragon
thymem Thymian
woodruffm Waldmeister
wormwoodm Artemisia
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German nouns have three genders. Masculine, feminine and neuter. There is no way to know the gender of a noun so you must learn the gender at the same time.
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