[Spellyans] 'to prepare'

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Tue Feb 10 13:08:31 GMT 2009

<u> is a common MC spelling for /ø/. Or could this be a case of secondary
i-mutation, like <budhy>?




From: nicholas williams
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 1:05 PM


In Dan's dictionary the word for 'to prepare' is spelt <pareusi>. There is
no warrant for this in the texts, since one would

expect <eu> to unround to <e> and there are no exx. of *paresy or anything
like it.


The forms are


parusy x 1

parusys x 3

parusugh x 4

omparusen x 1.


We can assume that the <u> here represents [y]. And this is corroborated 

by parusse BM 3122, the comparative of parys 'prepared, ready'.



I think the word should be spelt <parusi>, <parusy>.


Preparya 'to prepare' is attested x 4 and preparar 'preparer' x 1.





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