Sorry if this is a double post; did a brief search.
In IVP reference works, whenever a German name appears with an umlaut, like Jüngel, it actually appears with an extra vowel before the vowel that carries the umlaut, like this: Juüngel.
I'm sure I'm not the only one whose noticed this. Is there a reason for this, is there a fix?
Double letter in words/names with umlaut
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Posted 12 June 2006 - 02:09 AM
Actually, Jüngel appears correctly 23 times throughout the IVP except for three places, and we have noted this and will correct in the future. If you find other errors, please send them to me directly at helen(at)accordancebible(dot)com.
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