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P "." i));_H.feature&&n.push("feature=" _H.feature);n.push("chunk=" t);r="/hpm? Gothic (not Latin-based), by contrast, had simply used a letter based on the Greek Υ for the same sound in the 4th century.The digraph ⟨VV⟩/⟨uu⟩ was also used in Medieval Latin to represent Germanic names, including Gothic ones like Wamba.It is from this ⟨uu⟩ digraph that the modern name "double U" derives.Certain dialects of Scottish English still distinguish this digraph.
In early Middle English, following the 11th-century Norman Conquest, ⟨uu⟩ gained popularity again and by 1300 it had taken wynn's place in common use.
In Swedish and Finnish, traces of this old usage may still be found in proper names.