**According to Cassels Wörterbuch "Except in the ligatures ch, ck and sch this is not a genuine German letter, and also occurs just in international borrowings. The is now usually replaced by a k"

Club (club)

clever (clever)

charmant (charming)

chaotisch (chaotic)

charismatisch (charismatic)

campen (to camp)

Chamäleon (chameleon)

Charakter (character)

Christin (Christian)

Christentum (Christianity)

Chor (chorus, choir)

China (China)

Chemiker (chemist)

Chemie (chemistry)

"Chef" is a false cognate, an interpretation boss, not chef.

"Champignon" comes straight from the French, and also is one method to to speak mushroom.

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