[Spellyans] <kk> and <ck>

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 09:39:37 GMT 2008

Notice kyns ys bos kullyek kenys PC 903 where kullyek = 'cock, rooster'.
Note also Komero ’vyth goz Kal JBoson, where Kal is 'membrum virile'.
This word is attested only once, but KK spells it <kalgh>. What is  
that on the end?

On 18 Dec 2008, at 07:30, Eddie Climo wrote:

> Be thankful for small mercies; at least Cornish has never (?) a  
> similarly spelt English, otherwise the King of the Barnyard might be  
> written as:
>> SWF *kokk

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