Fairly well represented in Latin, the imparisyllabic flexion of feminine nouns counts only two members in Old Provencal: sor - seror and mólher - molhér. Based on a wide range of examples, this article explores some of the analogical pressures that were brought to bear on these remnants of an earlier declension.
"Provencal sor and molher, Lone Survivors of the Feminine Imparisyllables,"
Colorado Research in Linguistics: Vol. 3.
Available at: https://scholar.colorado.edu/cril/vol3/iss1/3