njawilliams at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 23:33:19 IST 2009
No one disputes that cadar was at one time part of the Cornish
vocabulary, and is thus found in toponyms.
The point is that cadar was not used for 'chair' in the texts. Since
it wasn't apparently used as the ordinary word
for 'chair', perhaps we should avoid it.
Interestingly enough, both cadar and chair are from Lat. cathedra < Gk
kathedra 'seat, chair'.
On 18 Gor 2009, at 21:12, Craig Weatherhill wrote:
> In my opinion, cadar is as valid as chayr.
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