[Spellyans] honen and onen

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Mon Nov 24 19:17:20 GMT 2008


Is <honensys> a traditionally attested word? Could the /e/ come from
secondary i-umlaut of /a/?

Dan

 

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From: nicholas williams
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 5:08 PM

"The following is a quotation from the website of Gorseth Kernow
http://www.gorsethkernow.org.uk/kernewek/ystory.htm:

Desedhek an Governans Tythyek a leverys adro dhe Gernow yn y dheryvas a 1994
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"Gwryth Keltek a Gernow a wra gwruthyl clewans cref a honensys ajy dhe'n
conteth. Mappa Mundi a'n 13ves cansbledhen a dhysqueth an peder ran an enys
a Vreten avel Pow Saws, Alban, Kembry ha KERNOW. Yma re (sic) a gynnyk na vu
Kernow unys yn lafyl yn Pow Saws. Kernow yu rych gans semlans kelvyth,
lyenak ha cryjyk a'y ystory. Yma gensy hy baner hy honen ha sans tasek, hag
a's teves nyver an ughella a hen veyn cof yn Breten."

Nicholas"

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