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Note 24: History of exceptions The first vowel in ganhar © is an open vowel, although it is in an unstressed syllable and before nh. Both are normally enough reason for a /3/ sound (as if written â, but unaccented), but not in this particular word. Perhaps the background of this strange un-Portuguese behaviour is in the French origin, from gagner ? Old-French itself has it from a Germanic language. Cf. English gain from Old-French gaaignier). This is an exception that is probably very old. For the related but less convincing word "ganho" it is already attested in De Lima 1736 , on page 6 . Copyright © 2000-2007 by R. Harmsen Back to main document Alphabetic listing Phonemic listing Sample origins Links to glossaries Phoneme summary List of notes Colours: Neutral Weird No preference Reload screen ...
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