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As Yellow Sky notes in the comments, yogh was a consonant, not a vowel. It was originally used to represent /g/; eventually certain sounds that used to be allophones of /g/ became their own phonemes (notably /j/ and /x/), and yogh is most famously used for these. Wynd, though, doesn't have a /j/, a /x/, or any other /g/-related sound in it. The y in this ...

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