[Spellyans] Words beginning in-/en-

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 18:19:44 IST 2008


The word is always spelt <yn della> in Origo Mundi.

Nicholas
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On 2 Jul 2008, at 17:47, Owen Cook wrote:

> Yes, I understand that point. However, as somebody who learned
> Kernewek Kemmyn, and then really had to struggle to read Origo Mundi
> in the original spelling, I have become a little distrustful of
> anything that makes the original texts appear inaccessible to us.
> (Don't worry, <indella> is not a problem for me either.) You're
> probably right -- the most sacred word in the editor's lexicon is
> 'stet'.
>
> Oll an gwelha,
> ~~Owen
>
> 2008/7/2 Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com>:
>> At 17:47 +0300 2008-07-01, Owen Cook wrote:
>>> Would it be heretical to suggest using <in della> ourselves?
>>> Particularly since <della> appears without <in> in Late Cornish...
>>
>> I don't see the added value of making this another delta from the  
>> SWF.
>> --
>> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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