craig at agantavas.org
Mon Nov 22 13:31:29 GMT 2010
Is anyone taking notice of the additional information I posted earlier
today? I can provide more from early editions of Old Cornwall, too.
On 22 Du 2010, at 13:25, Michael Everson wrote:
> On 22 Nov 2010, at 12:54, j.mills at email.com wrote:
>> Michael (Sun, Nov 21, 2010 4:18 pm) writes,
>> "Are you then arguing that we should trust Lhyud here and write
>> peswardheg and pemdheg?"
>> Given that Lhuyd is the only real evidence that we have for the
>> type of dental fricative in this word.
> There's Jenner's two informants both of whom had a voiceless
> fricative in this word. Jenner transcribed these into Glossic. Note
> the -p- in pempthak, too. And compare weth, saayth with their
> wedhak, saaydhak.
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