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2 Examples of /f/ are: fæder ‘father’, drcfan ‘drive’, hrdf ‘roof’. When bilabial [b] split from /b/ and merged with [v] as an allophone of /f/, 〈f〉 is also introduced as the spelling of the original bilabial. 54, s7bafas, salf are found. Apart from cases of internal juncture, giving /f+f/, as in offaran ‘overtake’ and numerous other forms, /ff/ is extremely rare and appears to be confined to three types: (1) proper names, such as Offa, Wuffa; (2) onomatopoeia, such as abyffan ‘mutter’, pyffan ‘breathe out’; (3) foreign (Lat) loan-words, where /ff/ is in the borrowed form, such as offrian ‘offer’ < Lat offerre, cuffie ‘caul’ < Lat *cuffja, cf.

54, s7bafas, salf are found. Apart from cases of internal juncture, giving /f+f/, as in offaran ‘overtake’ and numerous other forms, /ff/ is extremely rare and appears to be confined to three types: (1) proper names, such as Offa, Wuffa; (2) onomatopoeia, such as abyffan ‘mutter’, pyffan ‘breathe out’; (3) foreign (Lat) loan-words, where /ff/ is in the borrowed form, such as offrian ‘offer’ < Lat offerre, cuffie ‘caul’ < Lat *cuffja, cf. 4 1 In the eMerc glossaries /ft/ is frequently represented by 〈pt〉, for example, compounds of s7eaft ‘shaft’ are written s7aept-, s7ept-.

By which, for example, *dboru > dbor ‘animals’. But diphthongs due to back umlaut do not cause such loss, for example, liomu ‘limbs’. Thus Lass and Anderson’s position is internally contradictory. 25n2. Therefore we accept here that OE had a phonemic contrast between long and short diphthongs. Nevertheless, it has to be acknowledged that the least satisfactory aspect of the traditional position concerns the long ~ short contrast. Since the so-called long diphthongs in large part derived without significant alteration from Gmc diphthongs, it is implausible to suggest that their length was in any crucial respect altered.

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