Sandra Schipal comments

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Some gairaigo derived from German: Randoseru from Ranzen (school kid's backpack) Gerende from Schigelände (ski piste) Sutokku from Schistock (ski pole) Ryukkusakku or ryukku from Rucksack (Backpack) Aizen from Steigeisen (crampon, climbing iron) Suriipingubaggu (sleeping bag) has a German competitor in the shuraafuzakku (Schlafsack) enerugisshu from energisch (energetic) Karute from Karte (card) with medical records affixed to a patient's bed Gipusu from Gips (gypsum or plastercast)

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