[Spellyans] dydh, dedh, deidh

Jon Mills j.mills at email.com
Wed Jun 25 10:12:43 BST 2008

However, apart from the initial <d->, these options do not bear much
resemblance to any traditional forms.Jon

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "A. J. Trim"
  To: "Standard Cornish discussion list"
  Subject: [Spellyans] dydh, dedh, deidh
  Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 21:26:42 +0100

"But it would lead to dydh/dedh/deidh as spellings
for this word. I don't think we can get away with
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com" No, I was suggesting that the
options should be dëdh or deidh. The vowel would be an umbrella graph.
dydh would not be allowed as well. Those who like to use diacritical
marks would pick dëdh. Those who do not or cannot would choose deidh.
Germans choose between <ü> and <ue> or <ö> and <oe>. Most seem to choose
the umlaut. Many Cornish users will prefer not to type diacritcal marks.
However, I would expect most professionally printed material to be
marked. I am suggesting that where diacritical marks are used, there
should if possible be an alternative. Regards, Andrew J. Trim 

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