owen.e.cook at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 11:30:19 IST 2009
I'm weighing in late, but I completely agree with Dan, Jon and Craig
on this word. I see nothing wrong with 'gaver'. It's textually
attested in the scribal tradition, while 'gavar' is not. It clearly
indicates the intended pronunciation. If we absolutely must see this
spelling as an olive branch to KK -- oh, terror! -- then it is
certainly an olive branch we can extend without scruple.
2009/4/6 Daniel Prohaska <daniel at ryan-prohaska.com>:
> The texts have gaver. I see no reason why Jener, Nance and all who followed
> should have standardised gavar. So, in Revived Cornish there have been two
> forms gaver and gavar around for 20 odd years. There is no change, just a
> choice. If there is such a choice I would tend to follow the texts.
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