[Spellyans] Easter morning, etc.

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 16:02:35 GMT 2008


With dew in PA and in the Consistory Court report?
I rather suspect dy: becoming dIw and a variant de:

On 12 Nov 2008, at 13:14, Owen Cook wrote:

> Wouldn't a range of spelling of this type normally imply Middle  
> Cornish /ø/?
> ~~Owen
>
> 2008/11/12 nicholas williams <njawilliams at gmail.com>:
>> It is the Cornish word for 'day' .
>> It is always either <du/dew> or <de>:
>>
>> duyow hamlos PC 654
>> hezyv sur yv dugwener BM120
>> dugol myhal yv henna BM 2077
>> dugol myhall byth henna BM 2201
>> kyns ys dumerher the nos BM 2254
>> Dewsull blegyow pan ese PA 27a
>> en gyth o deyow hablys PA 41c
>> me a vyn mones deyow prest the helghya BM 3159-60
>> deow habblys SA 66
>> Degl stûl 'Epiphania' AB: 57a
>> Kova tha gwitha benigas De Zil John Boson
>> Kovy dha kuitha benigas Dezil Gwavas MS 106r
>> I can find no example with *<dy>.
>> Nicholas
>
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