[Spellyans] tavas in early Middle Cornish

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 17:37:14 IST 2011

I don't see your purpose of your question. Nadelik < Natalicia, medhek > medicus. The original -ic- in the Latin borrowings is phonetically identical with the the origin of the -yk suffix.
I just wanted to point out that -yk can alternate with -ak. That means that the distinction between ik/yk and ek/ak is not phonemic.


On 2011 Gor 18, at 17:19, Jed Matthews wrote:

> Thanks for the examples, but do Nadelik, lowenek and medhek contain the diminutive suffix in their etymology?

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