[Spellyans] <yn> & <in> & <en>

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 21:59:33 IST 2008

On the other hand <in> is used in the Charter Fragment and by John  
Boson and ever writer in between.

On 1 Jul 2008, at 21:04, Daniel Prohaska wrote:

> <in> in Revived Cornish is unknown (except for the latest version of  
> KS). In UC/R and KK it was always <yn> and usually <en> in RLC  
> (Revived Late Cornish).
> As far as the distribution of e ~ i ~ y goes, I would like to see  
> RMC (Revived Middle Cornish) <y> where LC (Late Cornish) has <e> and  
> <i> everywhere else.
> That would make <y> easily replaceable with <e> for RLC users and  
> <i> would remain for both.
> Dan
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