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A. F. and M. E. A. F. form A. F. origin A. F. words accent allied Amen Corner Anglo-French Anglo-Saxon aphesis appears Arabic Aryan became becomes belong borrowed Celtic Central French century Chaucer cognate common conjugation consonant consonantal Cotgrave Crown 8vo denote derived dialect Dictionary Diet dimin diphthong etymology examples final Folk-Latin French words give Glossary Goth Grammar Greek Grimm's Law Hence initial Introduction and Notes Ital Italian language large number later Latin words laws Low Lat M.A. Extra fcap Medially Middle English modern English nasal occurs palatalised perf phonetic prefix pronounced pronunciation remarkable Romance languages Russ Sanskrit Second Edition sense short Slavonic sometimes sound Span Spanish spelling spelt stem suffix syllable symbol translated unaccented usually verb voiceless vowel Vulgate W. W. Skeat whilst Word-list written Zend zero-grade
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