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Proto-Dalcurian (300AD-800AD) saw the following changes and introductions:

  • syncopation and the loss of the inherent vowel, which resulted in the decline of the Thaduracian alphabet, replaced by the Irish unical, vowels became fully represented but only phonemically
  • introduction of the character Þ, representing an unaspirated th
  • minor vowel shift, /ʊ/ became long as in do
  • many loan words from germanic and celtic origin
  • ch became somewhat 'gutteral' as in the German doch