Lexicon - Orthography - H.G. Fowler
 
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dark adj. [deorc]
daughter n. [dohtor, daughter]
day n. [dæg period of time between rising and setting of the sun]
dead adj, [dead]
death n. [deaþ, death]
deal n. [dæl, part, portion]
deal v.i. [dæl, share]
deed n. [dæd, deed]
deep adj. [deop, deep, profound]
deer n. [deor, wild animal]
devil n. [deofol, devil]
dim adj. [dim, gloomy]
dint n. [dint, blow]
dish n. [disc, dish]
dive v. [dufan, dive]
dizziness n. [dysigness, folly]
dizzy adj. [dysig, ignorant, foolish]
do v. [don, do, make, take]
door n. [duru, door]
doom n. [dom, judgement]
doom(s)day n. [domdæg, day of judgement]
dream n. [dream, joy, delight]
dreary adj. [dreorig, sad]
drink n. [drynce, drink]
drink v.[drincan, drink]
drive v. [drifan, drive]
dumb adj. [dumb, dumb]
dust n. [dust, dust]
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