<<By the by, 'C' before an 'E' or an 'I' in Old English sounded like the
'CH' in churl. Hence, child (German, Kind), church (German, Kirke), and
witch from Anglo-saxon (old English) wicce, which was pronounced
something like "witche" with the final 'e' sounded like 'eh.'>>
am I right in remembering that all instances of 'c' pronounced as 'ch'
in OE as medial or terminal are represented by 'cc'? I must say I never
noticed that the 'ch' pronounciation at the start of words was done with
'c' and not 'cc'
The Mac I/