In further randomness, last night I heard a seriously inebriated reference to the classic Milwaukee punk band Die Kreuzen (click here for details). As the link shows, while the first element is quite often pronounced like English to die (rather than German [di:]) the preferred pronunciation of Kreuzen is German-like: with the diphthong of 'boy' and the
The name is class punk: It's fake German — it's 'the crosses', except that the German plural would be Kreuze. I don't know if they got it from a dative plural form (which has an -n) or just took the wrong plural allomorph, but the plural is too big. The guy I couldn't help overhearing — let's call him Mr. Sloppy — was going on and on about various great shows of bygone days, including one by this band. Thing is, he called them Die Kreuzens. I know enough cases of double plural forms, but this is at least historically a triple. Whoa.