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Classification of IndoGermanic and Germanic Languages Old Eng
2nd and 3rd 3rd pers accent adjectives adverbs Anglian back mutation back vowel became belong beran beside bindan borrowed classes conjugation cynn declension dialects diphthongs dissyllabic doubled consonant E.Kent Examples fell feminine nouns final followed front vowels Germ Goth Gothic grammar grene habban Imperative Sing Indg Indo-Germanic Infinitive inflected forms Kent labial later lengthened liquid or nasal long syllable masc Masculine Feminine Neuter medial vowel Merc mutation neuter nouns Neuter Sing North Note 1.—For Note 1.—The nouns O.E. period occur Old English older originally palatal palatal consonant past participle plur plural Pres present indicative pret preterite PRETERITE Indicative preterite-present verbs Prim pronoun remained root secg settan short syllable short vowel singular sometimes sonant sound laws spirants stem vowel stems ending stop consonants strong verbs Subj subjunctive suffix superlative unaccented Verner's Law vocalized voiceless weak verbs weorSan wesan West Saxon