en-GB-oxford LANGUAGE TAG REGISTRATION FORM
mrc at CAC.Washington.EDU
Sun Jun 15 08:57:54 CEST 2003
On Sun, 15 Jun 2003, Michael Everson wrote:
> Eh? OED orthography differs from "modern British" only in its
> preference of -ize to -ise for words using that Greek suffix.
Sounds like Canadian English orthography.
> I prefer Oxford spelling to "British" spelling, and I prefer
> "British" spelling to Webster's reformed orthography.
Needless to say, those preferences are not universal; but fortunately we
have no need to discuss that matter.
Harald's suggestion of en-oed sounds good.
-- Mark --
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