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  1. Early New High German ( ENHG) is a term for the period in the history of the German language generally defined, following Wilhelm Scherer, [1] as the period 1350 to 1650. [2] The term is the standard translation of the German Frühneuhochdeutsch (Frnhd., Fnhd.), introduced by Scherer. The term Early Modern High German is also occasionally used ...

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      ISO 639-3. deu. Glottolog. mode1258. New High German ( NHG;...

  2. ISO 639-3. deu. Glottolog. mode1258. New High German ( NHG; German: Neuhochdeutsch (Nhdt., Nhd.)) is the term used for the most recent period in the history of the German language, starting in the 17th century. It is a loan translation of the German Neuhochdeutsch ( Nhd. ). The most important characteristic of the period is the development of a ...

  3. Early New High German literature. The opening page of the Book of Genesis in Martin Luther's Bible translation of 1534, published by Hans Luft. Early New High German literature refers to literature written in German between the middle of the 14th century and the middle of the 17th. The term Early Modern German literature is also used to cover ...

  4. Jul 5, 2024 · For an introductory guide on IPA symbols, see Help:IPA. Early New High German ( ENHG) is a term for the period in the history of the German language generally defined, following Wilhelm Scherer, [1] as the period 1350 to 1650, [2] developing from Middle High German and into New High German.

  5. Jul 26, 2020 · There was no stand ard Early New High German, and all forms of language display some local or regional characteristics. However, there was increasing harmonisation in the written an d printed word, the start of de velopments towards the unified standard which was codified in the New High German period.

  6. The period during which Early New High German was spoken (and written) is not very well defined. Middle High German roughly encompasses the later 11th to early 14th centuries. Modern German proper emerges with the development of the chancery orthographical standards in the later 16th to early 17th century. Early New High German is, then, the ...

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  8. Jun 14, 2024 · Early New High German. The form of the German language spoken from 1350 or 1500 to 1650 CE, successor to Middle High German.. 2008, Kjartan Ottosson, The diffusion of systemic changes through the inflectional system: Evidence from person-number inflection in the Nordic languages and German, in: Thórhallur Eythórsson (ed.), Grammatical Change and Linguistic Theory: The Rosendal papers (John ...

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