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    Re: Wiš or wiθ. Which one is more common?

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    I don't think I ever heard wi[θ]out!
    You haven't lived. My first headmaster (a Scot I think, anyway his name - McCaffery - suggested origins somewhere in the Celtic fringe) used it. But it's not common in my experience.

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    Re: Wiš or wiθ. Which one is more common?

    Quote Originally Posted by thatone View Post
    This, with an admittedly tiny sample size, tends to confirm Roach et al's figures (cited above by 5jj).


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