Thanks. Interesting that (even though the bemuddlingness with “Early Middle English”) many on the EModE wiki talk leaf seem wont to brook “EME” rather than the much better “EModE” Shortening. Almost seems as if something untoward is making the aforesaid individuals choose “EME” over the clearer, friendlier and older(?) “EModE” shortening for “Early Modern English”. Again, I wonder when and by whom “EModE” was coined? and surely academics/linguists their writings should never choose “EME” over “EModE” for “Early Modern English”.