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INFLECTIONAL RULES OF OLD ENGLISH 4 7
OLD ENGLISH PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY
AFFIX MODIFICATION IN OLD ENGLISH
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accusative singular adjectives allophones alternation analogical changes Apocope back vowels base forms Chapter Cons consonant daeg dative dative singular Deletion derived Devoicing dialects diphthongs discussed distinctions disyllabic environment epenthesis example feminine nouns final fricatives front vowels geminate genitive genitive plural genitive singular grammar of OE grammatical gender Grammatical Transparency heafod heavy bases inflectional endings inflectional rule Kiparsky l965 language Lass and Anderson lexical linguistic locative loss markedness masculine and neuter medial Moore morphological nasal natural class nominative singular nominative/accusative plural o-stems obstruents Old English opaque orthographic palatal paradigms PGmc phonetic phonological innovations phonological rules Plur Principle of Grammatical proportional equation regular reordering restructured segments simplification sound change specified Spirantization stem strong nouns surface Syllabicity Assignment Syncope syntactic texts tion tungol Type Umlaut underlying forms unstressed velar verbs Verner's Law Vocalization voiceless Voicing Assimilation Vowel Reduction waetr weak nouns werod