kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com
Thu Feb 25 12:44:18 GMT 2010
My thoughts were that <an-> Is a negative prefix akin to 'un- / dis-' in
English, as in <anvab>, <anhedhek>, <anhun> etc. Whereas <en-> and <yn-> are
prefixes meaning 'to put into / on'. Should the use of a prefix to mean 'to
put into / on' as <en-> be largely consistant, and therefore most similarly
formed words use the same principle, e.g. <encressya>, <encladhva>,
<encledhyas> etc., with exceptions where common usage determines an
alternative so as to make the language natural, rather than prescriptive. I
therefore see the options being all similar words commencing <en-> or <yn->,
one being chosen as the preferred option, and that <an-> is used for
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On Behalf Of nicholas williams
Sent: 25 February 2010 11:51
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Subject: Re: [Spellyans] bury
Arbitrarily I spell 'to bury' <encledhyas> but 'place of burial'
On 25 Whe 2010, at 11:46, j.mills at email.com wrote:
How should we spell this word?
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