In the following words Iro/ has prevailed after BOme time of vacillation: further OE jurl/ur; C 1685 says ''1",-th,er BOnatur cum I'; B 1633 has jM'tMr, JarlAut and farder, fardest, ju,rder and JurtMr, !urdest and !"riMst 8S equivalent forms; furder still exists vulgarly. at least in US (MTwain, Mississ. 14, Stockton, Lady 229). fartAing; C 1685 80natur cum d; vulgarly 19th c. often farden (Thackeray, etc.).