kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com
Tue Oct 12 12:32:32 IST 2010
I have a note saying 'ear' CW 134,
Plus - 'er' MC 37; 'er-na' (for 'that hour') MC 170 & 200.
And - 'ur' OM 101, 307 & 576; 'ur-na' MC 54; 'ur-ma' & 'urow' (pl.) Lhuyd
Lhuyd I believe also has 'owr' and 'ower'.
Don't now how this helps, but someone may see a pattern. Seems a very
variably spellt word, with maybe some distinction merited for the duration
of an hour, as opposed to 'the hour'. This might best be done via a suffix
as per Breton 'eur' & 'eurveth'.
Eur is spelt <ur> <vr> in the texts and occurs as far as I can see in such
pub eur, neb eur, i'n eur-na. In CW it is spelt <eare>. The word also occurs
Why re dueth i'n uer gwelha
may halsough dos BK 1549-50.
Our occurs in
me a thuk curyn a spern
nep try our adro thu'm pen RD 2554-55
and seems to be a different word.
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