Accents in Am. English
HSTAHLKE at GW.BSU.EDU
Wed Jun 14 19:29:36 UTC 2000
Not only doesn't Häagen Dazs have any meaning in any language, I don't
believe we're likely to run into too many real world instances of a long
vowel with the first half umlauted (hence presumably fronted) and the
You've misinterpreted the form. It's clearly OE vowel breaking. It's the dessert Hrothgar served after Beowulf killed Grendel.
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