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May 24, 2012


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That really should be "engooden," not "emgooden." The prefix en- only becomes em- when followed by a p, b, or sometimes m.

There is (or used to be) a Japanese house building company called Homest (as in Home, Homer, Homest).

And, of course, it should be engooden; it is only an m in embiggen because it is followed by a bilabial fricative...

Well, a bilabial something.

Or either a bilabial stop, one.

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