@ Dan Polansky, no offense intended, but my pretensions are not the matter. An expensive mistress is just a mistress who costs a lot of money. Can't believe that got by me _ Anglish4699 ( talk ) 21:55, 21 November 2017 (UTC) looking for a word edit. Anglish4699 ( talk ) 21:42, 21 November 2017 (UTC) Taking a closer look, I do see some un- verbs. I do think that it's more idiomatic/more of a set phrase than the rest, though.
Malaysiaboy ( talk ) 09:30, 19 November 2017 (UTC) What we do in cases like this is select a standard orthography for the language to use on Wiktionary. I remember I was surprised by the lack of response because I imagined it would be relatively obvious for a native speaker, but you made me realize that was not the case. I didn't try News. Or maybe both are possible but it's Sunday in?
Wiktionary:Tea room/2017/November - Wiktionary
Looking at the etymology, though, it seems to have originated as a diminutive, so I woud guess it's possible that Nelklein exists as a variant that used -lein instead of -chen and avoided the assimilation/contraction. Wyang ( talk ) 07:17, 28 November 2017 (UTC) @ Justinrleung, Wyang : I agree. Thought I was just imagining things. Just call them drinks. I have many tinda.