[Spellyans] ragtho, rygthy

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Mon Nov 15 09:29:00 GMT 2010

Yes, ragdho and rygdhi are based on the KK forms. George appears to believe that the <g> indicates the <th> may have been voiced. I agree though. I would prefer ragtho, rygthy, ragtha(ns).



From: nicholas williams
Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2010 5:00 PM


“The SWF writes *ragdho and *rygdhi because KK does. There is no evidence that the consonant cluster was voiced.

The common forms in MC are ragtho, ragtha and rygthy.

One also finds ractha at CW 378, 821, 1991, 2015, 2058.

And racta occurs in Nebbaz Gerriau and deracta in TBoson's hymn.

NBoson also writes deractenge in NG.

All the evidence points to ragtha, ragta [rakt@]


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