Verner's law

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Danish linguist Karl Verner (1846–1896).

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Verner's law (uncountable)

  1. (linguistics) A sound law describing the voicing of voiceless fricatives in early Proto-Germanic, due to placement of the accent on a word.

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