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  • æ = a in hat

    g = y

    August 29, 2011

  • In Old and Middle English, fair = beautiful.

    Mirror, Mirror, on the wall

    Who is the fairest of them all? >>> Who is the most beautiful of them all.

    There's no 'i' ... This is a misspelling. ME is feier

    fæger ( ̄æ) I. fair, lovely, beautiful

    fæger- = fægr-

    fægerlice splendidly

    fægernes f. fairness, beauty

    fægerwyrde smooth-speaking

    fægre ( ̄æ) fairly, elegantly, beautifully

    fægrian to become beautiful: adorn, decorate.

    August 29, 2011