Die mundarten Bayerns: grammatisch dargestellt

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K. Thienemann, 1821 - German language - 568 pages
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Page 113 - L, preceded by a mute, and followed by e, in a final syllable, has an imperfect sound, which does not do much honour to our language. The /, in this situation, is neither sounded like el nor le, but the e final is suppressed, and the preceding mute articulates the /, without either a preceding or a succeeding vowel; so that this sound may be called A monster in Grammar — a syllable without a vowel...

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