njawilliams at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 10:30:37 GMT 2009
The Cornish word for "colour" is liu in OCV, where it occurs more than
once. The Breton and Welsh congeners are liv and lliw respectively.
How has it developed as lew in CW and lêu in Late Cornish?
And what justification is there for <piw>, <liw>, and <diw> in SWF?
On 26 Du 2009, at 10:03, Michael Everson wrote:
> On 26 Nov 2009, at 08:54, j.mills at email.com wrote:
>> Lhuyd (1707: 48b) gives "lêụ" for 'colour'. I think we should
>> write this word 'lew'.
> You're suggesting it's a bÿs/bës word, then?
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