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THE DIACHRONIC DEVELOPMENT OF
Diachronic development of the OE weak verbs
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allomorphy alternations analogy Apocope assibilation attested Aufh Aufhellung back vowels Breaking Brunner bycgan Campbell chapter class I weak class II verbs classical OE conjugated consonant degemination deleted deman diachronic diachronic rule dialects freme fremm fremman front vowels Germanic glide Gothic habban high front historical i-umlaut imperative infinitive inflectional ending inflectional vowel j-del Kiparsky Kiparsky/O'Neil language Lass/Anderson later libban linguistic lufian lufode medial vowel Mercian nerian nerie OE period OE weak verbs Old English orthographic output palatalization paradigm past ind past participle past subj past tense phonetic postulate pres present tense proto-forms reordering restructuring schwa schwa-ins schwa-insertion secgan sellan speaker of OE stage standard generative phonology stem formative stem vowel suppletion syll syllable synchronic analysis synchronic derivations synchronic grammar syncopated tense forms umlaut underlying forms underlying representation unstressed vowels verbs of class Vespasian Psalter vowel reduction weak class WGmc