The Monsee Fragments, Newly Collated Text, with Introduction, Notes, Grammatical Treatise and Exhaustive Glossary and a Photo-Lithographic Facsimile

The Monsee Fragments, Newly Collated Text, with Introduction, Notes, Grammatical Treatise and Exhaustive Glossary and a Photo-Lithographic Facsimile

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...11. Germ. ai becomes e in the auslaut in the monosyllables see and de and also before n in zuene. In de the e took on the closed sound and underwent diphthongization to ea; v. dea sub e. The length of 6 is indicated by doubling in feeh 27, 13, see (20). In eo the e which is developed from ai before w, unites with it to form the ungenuine diphthong eo, and this is shortened to eo; eo, eomanue etc_ v, Glossary. Ei occurs in the following words of Latin origin; keisurc (2), meistar (5), but once maistar 16,6. Germ. an, not followed by 1 or a dental consonant, appears unchanged: auga, angit, auh ete. Before 11 or a dental consonant (d, t, z, 1, r or s) au is monophthongized to 6: kabot, arboot, ganoze, hohsedle, os't, rorea, uuizodbrodh ete. The length of this 6 is indicated by doubling in gaboot 25, 16, arboot 23, 28, oostruu 21, 17; by a stroke above the o in 16s 6, 10, 6st 31,4. The 0 in dob has been shortened in O.H.G. The open 6 which is developed from w6 in s6 is regular: so, solih, sos. The eo in uuidarleon 33,5 is due to a scribal error. Germ. eu appears broken to eo, when the following syllable containsan a e or o, and the consonant which immediately follows the diphthong is a dental or h: gabeotanto (2), deonotun, deornun (2), deota (16), fleohet, geozun, leoht (3), leohtkarum (2), leohtsa-mo, forleosan, uueradeota (2). When the intervening consonant is. a labial or guttural (except h) the breaking appears 3 times: fleogente 8, 6, hreofun 14,20, leoban 5, 7, and these forms have been taken over unchanged from the Frankish original. Six times the Frankish diphthong eo has been replaced by the Bavarian iu; diubilsiuhhom 1, 1, riuhhanton 5, 11, siuhhan 21, 8, triugara 17, 15. 22, tringera 18, 6 (cf....show more

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