But there is another set of these diphthongs, of which the first element is (e, :-1), or even These are common, especially in D 4. Whether they were derived through a progression similar to the former, or came from an original (ea#39;ii) form of (ii)anbsp;...
|Title||:||On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer: Existing dialectal as compared with West Saxon pronunciation. With two maps of the dialect districts|
|Author||:||Alexander John Ellis, William Salesbury, Alexander Barclay, Johann Andreas Schmeller, prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte, Johan Winkler|