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Introduction The Sources of English Spell
Words of One Syllable
Words of Two or More Syllables
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ammonite apsis aw of law belong such words bezique chap cheroot chough Classical and Romanic conchology consonants cough declension denote the sound derivatives diphthong double consonant English spelling falchion fichu final frequently giaour gnomon Greek Greek origin Greek words hookah initially irregularities language large number Latin Latin neuters lengthened List llama long oo long vowels medially monosyllables nainsook native types native words normally nouns number of instances number of words occurs original plural pron pronunciation regularly denoted representing the sound rhombus Romanic origin Romanic words Rules and Reasons schiedam short and long short oo short vowels silent letters single consonant sion sjambok sonant sound of ks stress falls tion type of spelling unstressed vowel usual variation verb vowel is followed words ending words of Greek words with short written single