[Spellyans] kist, Crist

Terry Corbett teli7777 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 29 16:55:20 IST 2008


Here is a list of word in KK spelling that purport to have a long [ I ]. How
should these be spelled:

brygh,   freckled, speckled (adj.)

brygh,   freckled, speckled (adj.)

brys,   mind (n.m.)

bydh,   ever (adv.)

bynk,   bench (n.f.)

bys,   finger (n.m. anat.)

bys,   until (prep)

bys,   world (n.m.)

dhyn,   to us (prep. pron.)

dydh,   day (n.m.)

fydh,   faith (n.f.)

fysk,   haste (n.m.)

fysk,   hasty (adj.)

glyb,   wet (adj.)

gwlygh,   moist (adj.)

gwrys,   crystal (n.m.)

gwrys,   done (adj.)

gwydh,   trees (n. coll.)

gwyg,   bindweed (n. coll.)

gwyr,   green (adj.)

gwyth,   vein (adj.)

gyth,   complaint (n.m.)

gyw,   spear, lance (n.m.)

hwys,   sweat, perspiration (n.m.)

hy,   her, its (pron.)

hyg,   swindle (n.f.)

hys,   length (n.m.)

jy,   thee (pron.)

klys,   cozy, sheltered (adj.)

klyw,   sense of hearing (n.m.)

krygh,   wrinkle (n. m.)

krys,   shaking (n.m.)

krys,   shirt (n.m.)

kyf,   stump (n.m.)

kyn,   though (conj.)

kyst,   box (n.f.)

lys,   hall, court (n.f.)

lyw,   rudder (n.m.)

my,   i, me (pron.)

ny,   not (ptl.)

plyw,   parish (n.f.)

prys,   time (n.m.)

prysk,   bushes (n. coll.)

pryv,   worm (n.m.)

py,   what (pron.)

py,   which (pron.)

pych,   stab (n.m.)

pyg,   tar (n.m.)

pysk,   fish (n.m.)

pyth,   thing (n.m.)

pyth,   what (pron.)

ryb,   close to (prep.)

rydh,   free, open (adj.)

rys,   ford (n.f.)

spys,   shortly (adv.)

styl,   rafter (n.m.)

styr,   meaning (n.m.)

syg,   bond (n.f.)syg

sygh,   dry (adj.)

syr,   sir (n.m.)

tryg,   low tide (n.m.)

trygh,   superior (adj.)

ty,   thou (pron.)

vy,   me (pron. obj.)

y,   his, its (pron.)

yn,   in, at (prep.)

yr,   fresh (adj.)

ys,   corn (n. coll.)


On Sun, Jun 29, 2008 at 5:36 AM, Daniel Prohaska <daniel at ryan-prohaska.com>
wrote:

>  You're right. I've changed <kist> to <kyst>.
>
> Dan
>
>
>
>
> From: nicholas williams
> Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2008 12:00 AM
>
>  Dan's dictionary gives kist 'box, chest' and gives the pronunciation
> [kIst] i.e. a short i spelt <i>. On the other hand Dan's dictionary gives
> Krist, Crist 'Christ' and gives the pronunciation [kri:st]. Other words with
> <ist> and a long vowel are trist 'sad' and jist
>
> 'joist'. Should kist not be kyst?
>
> Nicholas
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