[Spellyans] Problems with SWF
njawilliams at gmail.com
Thu Jun 26 10:07:07 IST 2008
To whom do they "look better"? Not to me. <oe> does occur in toponyms
in such words but not in the texts. To me poes goen froeth are utterly
Froeth/frooth is controversial for another reason. The word is never
attested as such; it is a respelling from a single instance of <fruit>
in the OCV. The ordinary word for 'fruit' in Cornish is frut, which is
attested 46 times.
On 25 Jun 2008, at 23:20, A. J. Trim wrote:
> I can add (8): I don't like <oo> in poos, goon, frooth, etc. I would
> rather have poes, goen, froeth. They just look better.
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