[Spellyans] A few questions about mixed mutation of words beginning with G

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Sat Aug 22 12:17:28 IST 2015


Hi Harry, 

Mixed mutation following ‹’th› works a little differently from mixed mutation in other cases: 

‹Ga› 
Mixed: 	‹Ha›
‹’th›: 	‹Ha›

‹Ge› 
Mixed: 	‹He›
‹’th›:	‹He›

‹Gi› 
Mixed: 	‹Hi›
‹’th›:	‹Hi›

‹Gy› 
Mixed: 	‹Hy›
‹’th›:	‹Hy›	

‹Gl› 
Mixed: 	-
‹’th›: 	-

‹Go› 
Mixed: 	‹Who›
‹’th›: 	‹Wo›

‹Gr› 
Mixed: 	-
‹’th›: 		-

‹Gro› 
Mixed:  	‹Whro›
‹’th›: 	‹Wro›

‹Gru› 
Mixed: 	‹Whru›
‹’th›: 	‹Wru›

‹Gu› 
Mixed: 	‹Whu›
‹’th›: 	‹Wu›

‹Gw› 
Mixed: 	‹Wh›
‹’th›: 	‹W›

‹B›, ‹M›
Mixed:	‹F›
‹’th›:	‹V›

‹D›
Mixed:	‹T›
‹’th›:	‹T›


Dan


> On 21 Aug 2015, at 13:55, harry hawkey <bendyfrog at live.com> wrote:
> 
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> 
> 1. Type I mixed mutation of 'g' followed by 'a', 'e', 'i' or 'y' changes to an 'h', correct?
> 2. Do words beginning with 'gw' after 'th change to 'w' or 'wh'?
> 3. Do words beginning with 'g' followed by 'o', 'u', 'ro' or 'ru' after 'th change to 'w' or 'wh'?
> 4. What happens to words beginning with 'g' followed by 'a', 'e', 'i' or 'y' after 'th?
> 
> Thanks for reading, and apologies in advance for any ridiculous errors I might have made in asking this question...

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