@kinozhao You could? But that would be pronounced hoe?
You could also lose all those silent Bs too. Some scholar in England in 1400s (unsure of date) put them in thinking they were going back to the latin root, but the root was old french, not latin ... so we are stuck with their pompous mistake.
You'll need to keep the Hs though. English pronounce them as if H comes first. Perhaps linked to the equivalent words in Nordic languages that start with HV (What-Hva, Where-Hvor, Why-Hvorfor etc)
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