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“Umlaut is the reason for English irregular plurals such as foot – feet (German Fuß/Fuss – Füße/Füsse) and tooth – teeth, and for formations such as long – length, although the following suffixes with their front vowels have long since been lost.”
“No: of course o-Umlaut is pronounced like "eu" in the French word "feu" - there's nothing exactly like it in English.”
“Umlaut is a phenomenon that affects three letters, the back vowels a, o and u making ä, ö and ü, respectively pronounced/e/(like”
“Ed Poor Talk 11: 50, 28 February 2009 (EST) 'Umlaut' appears to be correct Mr. Schlafly.”
“-- [[User: Ed Poor | Ed Poor]] [[User talk: Ed Poor | Talk]] 11: 50, 28 February 2009 (EST)::: 'Umlaut' appears to be correct Mr. Schlafly.”
“A Fuse #8 Production: Podcast Edition: I Just Think the Word "Umlaut" Is Funny”
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““Branding by Umlaut” is not entirely new (I wrote a post in my blog back in January 2005 – and I was by no means the first).”
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