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David Barrow wrote:
> > > > Cw occurs in many native English words.  E.g., twin, queen, dwarf,
> > > > swine, thwart.  But, I think those might be the only native Cw
> > > > combinations.
> Sorry, I thought that is what you believed when you said "But, I think
> those might be the only native Cw combinations"

I should've been more precise.  What I meant was that the combinations
occurring in those words were the only Cw combinations, e.g., /tw/,
/kw/, /dw/, /sw/, and /Tw/.  Altho, I think /Tw/ is probably only in
words of Old Norse origin, but they're still assimilated terms.

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