Meanwhile all consciousness of the merely phonetic nature of “umlaut” vanished centuries ago.
Wing (n), ahpcha (ch guttural; final a almost as if with umlaut, short and low).
Adjectives which have umlaut in the positive regularly preserve it in the comparative and superlative.
The spelling of the original is 'Buwelle,' without the umlaut, which others use.
umlaut must have taken place earlier in the spoken language than it is expressed in late OHG.
I suspect the last is only an umlaut form of a common Shakespearean imprecation.
That the radical vowel was modified: for y is the umlaut of u; 3.
I wonder if I shall ever see that study again, and I wonder what will become of the second edition of my thesis on the umlaut.
umlaut, name given by Grimm to the modification of a vowel in a syllable through the influence of a vowel in the succeeding.
In other writings of the tenth to the twelfth century the umlaut of is seldom found.