daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Sun Nov 21 15:41:09 GMT 2010
You’re right, I wasn’t being careful here. Correction:
diwedh: dûaδ (§3); diuaδ (§5, §7, §9, §37, §46); diuaτ (§13); diueδ (§29);
OK, so we have seven examples of diwedh with [ð], and one with [θ]; it is, going by content and rhythm, possible to make a pause after diuaτ in §13. Since Michael said that statistics would be relevant in this case, I suggest that 7 to one in so short a text is significant.
nowyth: noueth (§6); noweτ (§16);
The first occurs in final position in the sentence. The second occurs before a comma (pause in speech) and voiceless [h] in ha.
Sorry about the earlier mix-up.
This is not the word dyweth 'end' but the word dywweyth 'twice', a wholly different word. You have made the same mistake again with bɐz aviziyz δiueτ ken gueſgal enueτ.
On 2010 Du 21, at 15:14, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
Pa'n dreu hedna? meδ Dzhûan. na meδ e vêſter rei δem; ha me a lavar δîz: Kemereu' δan meδ Dzhûan. Nenna meδ e veſter:Bedhez gueſgyz dhiueth, ken gueskal enueth, rag hedna yu an guelha point a skîans oll.
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