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The vocalic inventory of late Old Northumbrian – Elisa Ramírez Pérez

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Questions and feedback:

Northumbrian orthography vs etymological vowel: how to interpret and classify vowels when they do not match what is etymologically expected? Eg: North. loesian ‘to perish’ for losian.  

Do irregular spellings have phonological implications? Could they represent dialectal or idiolectal variants?