ablaut /ˈablaʊt/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. alternation in the vowels of related word forms, especially in Germanic strong verbs (e.g. in sing, sang, sung).

[as modifier]

an ablaut series.
– origin mid 19th cent.: from German, from ab ‘off’ + Laut ‘sound’.

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