Übername in Satzform (»[ich] schmecke/genieße [das] Bier«) für den Bierliebhaber, vielleicht auch Berufsübername für einen amtlichen Prüfer der Bierqualität. Hinric Smeckebyr ist a. 1411 in Halle überliefert.

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