Dyr is expensive but also animal... weird
That's what I was wondering. But I didn't look to make sure. Good to know I am not going crazy!
It is not weird to native Germanic Language People
Why is it dyr and not dyre? If it is her hat shouldnt it be dyre? Or is it only if the sentence structure is "Hendes dyre hat"?
Yes, if the adjective is used with a possessive pronoun like "hendes" then it takes on the e-form. If the sentence is constructed like it is here, then the adjective only takes on the base form or the t-form depending on the noun.
The hendeS always throws me. That s makes it look like a plural to me and it's only one her her