Hi!

* John W. Kennedy:
> Josef 'Jupp' SCHUGT wrote:
> >"Heroine" is a trademark of Bayer (well, AFAIK it originally was).
> 
> Assuming that you mean the drug, that's "Heroin", in either German or 
> English.  "A heroine" auf Englisch ist "eine Heldin" auf Deutsch.

Sorry, I was a bit confused because in German 'Heroine' means an
actress who plays the part of some heroine while 'Heroin' usually is
used as a synonym for 'Heldin' but can also be used as a synonym of
'Heroine'. Anyway, it's just examples and I don't actually know which 
spelling was used for the trademark.

Josef 'Jupp' SCHUGT
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