Want to meet two extinct letters of the alphabet? Learn what “thorn” and “wynn” sounded like
The English alphabet, as you likely know, is made up of 26 letters. But it wasn’t always that way. Before we get to which letters were late additions, let’s explain a bit about Old English. English was first written in the Anglo-Saxon futhorc runic alphabet, also known as Anglo-Saxon. The Angles and Saxons came from Germany and settled in Britain in the fifth century. The …
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inhabitant, occupant, dweller, national, habitant, native, citizen, subject, liver, indweller, resider
Origin of inhabiter
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Historical Examples of inhabiter
Neither is imaginative insight—that which, in ultimate deduction, is inspiration—an inhabiter of palaces.