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bridge -> brigge, hedge -> hegge, midge -> migge, ridge -> rigge, edge -> egge

 
 
Reply Sat 17 Aug, 2019 03:04 pm
Do English and Middle English have other examples of dg -> gg accordance: bridge -> brigge, hedge -> hegge, midge -> migge, ridge -> rigge, edge -> egge?
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Reply Sat 14 Sep, 2019 01:42 pm
@NickTheodorov,
Middle English didn't have any standardisation.

Geoffrey Chaucer wrote in his own dialect, so we don't know what other dialects were like in England at the time.
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