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But, by the time of Middle English, was also lost in later Icelandic and Faroese, making the distinction purely orthographic and historical, but not in the mainland Scandinavian languages, where the distinction is retained.

The form of the modern letter Y is derived from the Greek letter upsilon.This spelling was reformed by the Royal Spanish Academy and currently is only found in proper names spelled archaically, such as Ybarra or CYII, the symbol of the Canal de Isabel II.Appearing alone as a word, the letter ⟨y⟩ is a grammatical conjunction with the meaning "and" in Spanish and is pronounced in Spanish.But, in spite of the spelling, pronunciation was the same as for modern the (stressed (sometimes long) in the Scandinavian languages.It can never be a consonant (except for loanwords).

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