[Spellyans] The sounds of Cornish

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Tue Jun 24 21:07:18 BST 2008

I can find no examples of <ggh>. <ghh> occurs in moghheys 'increased'  
and yaghheys 'healed'.
<tth> on the other hand is quite well attested in such forms as gottha  
past subj. of coth 'ought' and perfettha, the comparative of
perfeth 'perfect'.


On 24 Jun 2008, at 11:34, A. J. Trim wrote:

> I would rather not include the graphs ggh and tth, even if the long  
> sounds could be shown to exist. Do they exist in the Traditional  
> Texts? I have not noticed any.
> I am not sure that you can have long stops, only double ones.
> Regards,
> Andrew J. Trim
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