What Would I Google?
I had an acquaintance from New York make fun of me because I said "striped" stripe-ed.
as in blessed, wicked, cursed, beloved.
word + ed.
You can say blest or bless-ed, curst or curs-ed, belovd or belov-ed, but you always say wick-ed...
but there are other words that end in -ed that don't fit the pattern:
leapt or leaped, but not leap-ed
kept but not keeped or keep-ed
The ancestors whose speech patterns I learned were from Scotland & maybe England, & I'm pretty sure that that "ed" syllable is from that area.
but how would I research that kind of speech pattern?
(not to show off in front of the guy from New York, bless his sanctimonious little heart, but just so I will know.)