[Spellyans] 'who' in Cornish

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 17:59:28 IST 2011

He admired the orthography of Breton more than Breton itself. More importantly he mistakenly believed that the phonology of Middle Cornish and Modern Breton were very close.
UC writes pyu. Like UC yu 'is' pyu leads to pronunciation with a rising diphthong [ju:]. 
The UCR and KS spelling pyw is like UCR and KS yw: well attested and phonetically unambiguous.


On 2011 Gor 18, at 17:53, Michael Everson wrote:

> except that Ken George admired Breton.

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