Breaking | Define Breaking at Dictionary.com
Breaking definition, the change of a pure vowel to a diphthong, especially in certain environments, as, in Old English, the change of a vowel to a diphthong under the influence of a following consonant or combination of consonants, as the change of -a- to -ea- and of -e- to -eo- before preconsonantal r or l and before h, as in earm “arm” developed from arm, and eorthe “earth” from erthe.
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Breaking - definition of breaking by The Free Dictionary
The change of a simple vowel to a diphthong, especially in various Germanic languages, often caused by the influence of neighboring consonants.
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Break | Definition of Break by Merriam-Webster
1: to begin with or as if with a sudden throwing off of restraint . broke into tears; face breaking into a smile; the horse breaks into a gallop
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