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Tristan McLeay wrote:
> I do believe this would be the yogh of which you speak. Except that yogh
> made the /G/ sound I think. Or was yogh just the letter used for <g>? I
> can't remember...

In Old English, yogh was just the way they wrote {g}, but in Middle
English, it was adapted to represent /x/, and alternated with {gh}

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