[Spellyans] iw

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Wed Nov 24 16:19:04 GMT 2010

How about <giu> PC 3010:

‘tan syns y’th dorn an giu-na’        



From: nicholas williams
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 12:57 PM


The inventory of forms of this word in Middle Cornish as far as CW are as follows:


dyweth x 23

dywath x 2

thyweth x 4

deweth x 27

zeweth x 2

dewath x 9

theweth x 3

thewath x 1

diweth x 1.









On 2010 Du 24, at 11:40, Michael Everson wrote:

One example of "diweth" in Tregear (as against 25 examples of "deweth" in Tregear as Nicholas pointed out) is not a credible argument that "iw" can or should therefore be used for a class of stressed monosyllables. 


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