See also: yoȝ
From Middle English ȝogh, ȝ, of unknown origin. Several etymologies have been advanced, such as derivation from Middle English ȝok (“yoke”) or Old English ēoh (“rune ᛇ”), but all pose serious phonological problems.
- (UK) IPA(key): /jɒɡ/, /jɒx/, /jəʊɡ/, /jəʊx/
- (US) IPA(key): /jɔɡ/, /jɑɡ/, /jɔx/, /jɑx/, /joʊɡ/, /joʊx/
yogh (plural yoghs)
- A letter of the Middle English alphabet (capital Ȝ, small ȝ), in form derived from the Old English shape of the letter g, and used to represent various palatal and velar sounds.
- Alternative form of