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" English employs different vowels for the same purpose, as in cwsen, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thow, hoio, house, and mouse. The greatest complication of vowels is seen in our expression of the long open sound of o, heard in no and bone. We use... "
A Defence of Phonetic Spelling: Drawn from a History of the English Alphabet ... - Page 119
by Robert Gordon Latham - 1872 - 142 pages
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The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in parallel columns, with the versions of ...

Joseph Bosworth, George Waring - Bible - 1865 - 584 pages
...employs different vowels for the same purpose, as in cween, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thou, how, house, and mouse. The greatest complication of...bone. We use oe, oa, and o with a silent final e, XXX while the Anglo-Saxons, in all cases, merely accented the a, as, Da a doe, fa a _/be, ta a...
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The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in parallel columns, with the versions of ...

Joseph Bosworth, George Waring - Bible - 1874 - 584 pages
...different vowels for the same purpose, as in cwsen, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thow, hoio, house, and mouse. The greatest complication of vowels...the Anglo-Saxons, in all cases, merely accented the a, as, Da a doe, fa a foe, ta a toe, etc. Bat a bo&t, ac an oak, fain foam, etc. Ban a...
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The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in Parallel Columns: With the Versions of ...

Joseph Bosworth - Bible - 1874 - 584 pages
...different vowels for the same purpose, as in cwcen, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thow, how, hoztse, and mouse. The greatest complication of vowels is seen in our expression of the long open Bound of o, heard in no and bone. We use oe, oa, and o with a silent final e, wbile the Anglo-Saxons,...
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The Gospels: Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Wycliffe and Tyndale versions arranged in ...

Joseph Bosworth, John Wycliffe, George Waring, Ulfilas (Bishop of the Goths), William Tyndale - Bible - 1907 - 584 pages
...vowels for the sanie purpose, аз in cweeu, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thou, \\ow, Ьонзе, and mouse. The greatest complication of vowels is...sound of o, heard in no and bone. We use oe, oa, and о with a silent final e, while the Anglo-Saxons, in all cases, merely accented the a, as, Da a...
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The Gospels: Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Wycliffe and Tyndale Versions Arranged in ...

Bible - 1907 - 584 pages
...for the same purpose, as in cween, geese ; good, goose, fore ; thow, bow, house, and mottse. The greatest complication of vowels is seen in our...sound of o, heard in no and bone. We use oe, oa, and о with a silent final e, XXX while the Anglo-Saxons, in all cases, merely accented the a, as, ...
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