[Spellyans] Late Cornish adaptations
owen.e.cook at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 16:16:04 IST 2008
So there are two <ow>s, then: one for /ow/ as in clowes, another for
/u:/ as in lowarth. We could have <ew> ~ <ow> alternation everywhere,
but then <ow> which becomes /u:/ ought to be marked somehow (<oo>?
2008/8/1 nicholas williams <njawilliams at gmail.com> rug scrifa:
> But clowes, towlel are already default spellings in BM.
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