Category talk:English terms with vowel pseudo-digraphs

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Category:English words with vowel pseudo-digraphs[edit]

Do you think that this category is worth having? I realize that a 'vowel pseudo-digraph' might be harder to define than a 'consonant pseudo-digraph'. Nadando 19:51, 10 March 2010 (UTC)

Is oo (in book, say) normally called a digraph? (I don't specifically doubt it: I just don't know.) If so, then yes, I'd say this category is worth having. (I also don't know that cation belongs in English words with pseudo-digraphs, where I put it.)​—msh210 19:54, 10 March 2010 (UTC)

RFM discussion: May 2010–August 2016[edit]

See Category talk:English words with different meanings in different locations#RFM discussion: May 2010–August 2016.