An Analysis of the Galic Language (Classic Reprint)
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Did, God, 7864. After the broad vowels a, o, u, if: is founded with the palate, as do, two; do, to him 3 club/7, black. D before I) and after i in the termina tion of a word is mute, as bzmm'db, ' a reaper, fgriob fiidb, will write but db in the beginning or middle of a word is pronounced as y in the Englifh words you, your, yellow, yawl; thus, dbuit, to thee, is pronounced yuit; dbiol, to drink, is nearly yaw]. The termination adb IS pronounced as awy in the word lawyer.
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