A person in the Gregg Facebook group wonders why “entry” is written nt-r-e when there is a special short form for “enter”. I’ve checked the dictionaries, and I notice that this form for “entry” is used from Preanni onward. I too am puzzled now, particularly about Preanni, where the -ter rule held sway. Why is “entry” not n/e, just as “entrance” is n/n-s?
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