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Between a palatal and a neutral consonant as e. 2. 3. ' fr. g. g. muilenn ' mill ' ' Latin molina. fr. between a neutral and palatal consonant as 4. i or ai, later regularly as ai. g. benid, benaid (2 pi. ) fr. *bhi-nd-te. g. cetbuith sense (dat. ) fr. *-bhutai. between a palatal and an n coloured consonant as iu. ' ' ! 5. ' ' 6. g. claidiub, dat. ' Enclitic vowels in b. 1. open syllables appear between palatal consonants as i, seldom as honour fr. *pre-mentjo. g. airmitiu between neutral consonants as a.

Di-k ved, -*kovedet, *fcomt see § 84 d, note) ; root vedh to lead ; fr. ' vedh-et (on the final cf Lith. ' ' . ' ' ' PHONOLOGY 45 Short Vowels and a (also a which has been developed in I, m, n, §§ 105, 106) 1 9 § 113. E. E. r, appear regularly as a. 1. gf. ' another By 2. a, 46. cf. 5 ; * athir father pdter, Lat. pater, Skr. pitd. the end of the archaic period au which had been developed ' ' from ' fr. preceded by coloured consonants Examples maw — or a labial or guttural (+r), — became mug, arch.

I. g. (/3) v fr. g. ivi, gen. sg. ' eo. E. *g ivos, fr. Welsh 6^/w ; cf. Lat, vivus. m. g. (8) as fr. E. *g ivoi, dat. sg. of &eo. i. ' /ms I shall light ' fr. *vi-vik-s-o, 1st sg. fut. offccltid Lat. vincere, 0. High German ivihan. ) (e) before d, o as e, before e, i, u as i. g. ; cf. g. bethu g. After 0. any v ' ' life Ir. fr. E. *g ivo-tut-s, I (fr. E. e, i) Welsh bywyd. v disappears without leaving trace. g. II ' colour ' fr. *livis, Welsh lliw ; cf. Gaulish Livius. ov and ev appear, h. (a) as oi.

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