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O: or with o*a are, for example no:t (not), gro:t (grot), po:t ro:t (pot), pro:la (rot), (prolle), fo:la (file). Also pronounced no-at (noat), great (groat), po-at (poat), rcat pro-ala, pr6ala (proale, proalle), fo-ala, ffiala (foale, foaUe). (roat), — In some words a short a is heard in some districts thus fara (farre), tara (tarre), (barre), smara (smarre), jm uara (yen ivarre) but also fa-ra, terra, ba-ra, smcrra, jin ua-ra. 170. 6a uo. Some words are pronounced with 6a or with uo. Thus: f6at (foart), m6ata 2 (moatte), an6ar (inoar), p6ana (poarme), 169.
Cf. is not possible to give distinct and on the first, others on 'se:mon (seman) with se:'dik (sedyk). stress 93. Level stress often occurs in compound words the in the follow- ing cases 1. When the word contains a comparison. Examples—'pik'swat 2. When the first (pikswart), 'dra'stil (deastil). part serves to express a high degree. Examples— 'sti:f'fe:st (stiiffest), 'sto:k'blin (stokblyn), 1'swi-at (ynswiet), 'tro'wi-at (trochwiet), 'u-ar'bli:d (oerbliid). 3. When the first part serves to modify the signification of the second part.
The unaccented ending an becomes in careless speaking (a) m after the bilabials b, p, m. Examples to-bm (tobben), i-apm (iepen), imm (immen). 112. : 1. — — — 1 r before §. and £ is then assimilated (see §§ 100, 101), n before z nasalized (see § 116). 2 m The word fanka (fanke) shows the change from to rj. This form is as frequent as famke (famke), but has another signification. Both forms are diminutives from fa:m (faem) — — ; : ASSIMILATION (6) g after the velar sounds k, Examples brakrj (beaken), — g, x, 27 rj.