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WRITING ORTHOGRAPHY AND
THE ACCENTED VOWELS IN PRIMITIVE
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3rd sg accented already analogical Angl appears back umlaut back vowel became become beside breaking cause Class compounds consonant contraction declension derived dialects diphthongs double early endings evidence eW-S examples extended final footnote forms frequent front vowels Germanic Goth groups hence i-umlaut imper indic inflected influence initial instances IW-S languages late later loss lost manuscripts medial mutation names nasal neut normal North nouns occasional occur Old English origin palatal pass past period phonological position pres present preserved Prim probably rare recorded regarded remained represented root short similar Similarly sometimes sounds spelling spirants stress strong verbs subj suffix syllable symbol syncopation texts umlaut unaccented usually variants verbs verbs of Class voiced weak West Gmc written