This, however, often leads to wrong rendering of the Syriac text.
In spoken Scandinavian languages the grammatical umlaut change is used singular to plural, derivations etc.
Until next time, which I promise will be sooner rather than later… Zoë Standard.
So that when she grows up she can decide if she wants to drop them or keep them.
The same goes for ö and oe.
When a vowel in Greek was stressed, it did not assimilate to a preceding vowel but remained as a separate syllable.