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EnglishDutch
herbn kruid
angelicac engelwortel
aniseedn anijszaad
basiln basilicum
bay leafc laurier
bergamotc bergamot
boragec bernagie
camomilec kamille
carawayc karwij
chervilc kervel
chivesn bieslook
cuminc komijn
dillc dille
fennelc venkel
feverfewn boerenwormkruid
hyssopc hysop
lavenderc lavendel
lemon balmc citroenmelisse
lovagec lavas
marigoldc goudsbloem
marjoramc marjolein
mintc munt
parsleyc peterselie
pepper mintn pepermuntje
rosemaryc rozemarijn
ruec wijnruit
sagec salie
sorrelc zuring
southernwoodn citroenkruid
tarragonc dragon
thymec tijm
woodruffn lievevrouwebedstro
wormwoodc alsem
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Dutch nouns have two genders. Common and neuter. Common nouns are also called de nouns and neuter nouns are called het nouns.
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