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Geminated

Coupled, as with columns and capitals.

coupled columns

Two closely spaced columns that form a pair. (See illustration p. 270.)
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The gemination of n is rather to be explained through the tendency of n to be geminated.
In the Early Modern English period homophony of these spelling variants of SHUT with SHIT cannot be doubted as geminated <tt> at that time cannot have possessed any phonetic reality other than /t/, and similarly, the vowel spelling <y> can only have denoted /i/ as the Early Modern English standard possessed no secondary cardinal vowel /y/ anymore.
While geminated forms of mouthful are listed last in mid-17th century, those with single <1> first emerge in the 16th century.
388-409) and has very few typographical errors (one such is "gemination" with geminated "m," p.
sg -u affix in such words as: hyrnetu 'hornet', ylfetu 'swan', lempetu 'basin', anetu 'solitude', occurring frequently on side of their geminated forms (hyrnett, ylfett, etc.
The phonetic environment that used to cause gemination often changed, and thus in many Finnic dialects new geminated consonants acquired phonological status.
For example, in Malayalam English, voiceless stops between vowels are always geminated (packet [paeaekket]), voiced stops are not (baboon [baeaebuun]) (Mohanan, Mohanan 2003 : 16).
In each of these eight usages, the geminated verb form appears in a position in which substantives are also found.
In the first line Achilles must fit into a LLH sequence, so the second syllable surfaces as light; in the second line Achilles must fit into a LHH sequence, so the second syllables surfaces as long, closed by the geminated [1].
past stem formants -i- and -ess- are not characteristic in Gurgani; (3) personal endings are not geminated in Gurgani as they are in Mazandarani due to the shift of the old participial *-ant- from the stem to the ending; (33) (4) the old first person singular verb ending -an is present in Gurgani but not in Tabarl; (5) the original /b-/ weakens to /v-/ in Mazandarani but remains in Gurgani: bi- (Maz.
Before a suffix beginning in a vowel, the final consonant of a strong-grade stem takes the position of onset of the second syllable or is geminated if single.
ffj- : *-bbj- > OE -ff- : -bb- where geminated ff derives from PGmc.