ablaut

Borrowed from German Ablaut (sound gradation), which is from ab- or ab (down, off), + Laut (sound).[1] Ab is used here in the sense of “deviating, varying” as in Abgott (god other than the true God), Abart (different sort, variety, anomality).

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ablaut (third-person singular simple present ablauts, present participle ablauting, simple past and past participle ablauted)

Borrowed from German Ablaut (sound gradation), which is from ab- or ab (down, off), + Laut (sound).

ablaut (plural ablaut-ablaut, first-person possessive ablautku, second-person possessive ablautmu, third-person possessive ablautnya)