Commonly used to mean a diacritic mark over a, o and u in German words. Alternate forms contain ae, and ue. Common names in LCMS history with which to substitute the alternate forms are: Löber, Gräbner, Löhe, Günther, Stöckhardt, Bünger, Fürbringer, and Crämer. Their alternate forms are Loeber, Graebner, Loehe, Guenther, Stoeckhardt, Buenger, Fuerbringer and Craemer.
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