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English citations of inorthography

  • 1779, Robert Kelham, “Preface”, in A Dictionary of the Norman or Old French Language, edition 1843 ed., page 3:
    So many Statutes, Acts of State, Records, Law Books, and MSS. are extant in the Norman and Old French language, that a dictionary is become necessary to enable the reader to understand such difficult words as occur therein in that language; whether such difficulty arises from the words being merely idiomatical, or from the inorthography of them.