[Spellyans] ‘Pound’ in Cornish

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 07:29:07 GMT 2009


A new penny is deneren nowyth. 'new pence' is dynar nowyth or denerow  
nowyth.

Cf.
eff a dall deneren nov BM 3404

pymp cans dyner monyys PC 505
a try cans dyner ha moy PC 536
an arhans kettep dyner me a's deghes war an luer PC 1514-15
hagh a's guyth kettep dyner PC 1538
Iudas fals a leuerys trehans dynar a vone PA 36a
Syrra, iges recken eu pymp dinar Borde.

y a dall denerov vj BM 3409.

Nicholas

On 6 Jan 2009, at 23:57, Eddie Climo wrote:

> As for '(new) pence', I've heard people calling them 'dynar' in  
> Cornish.

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