[Spellyans] gawas 'to get'

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 20:56:42 BST 2011

Not so. The reason for using final v after stressed vowels were that it represented the pronunciation better than f. Moreover RLC used final v in nev, hav, gwav, ov etc. and
RLC users were very happy to see v appear in KS.

As for spellings like eff and neff, it is not impossible that the graph <ff> was used to show that the final labio-dental was to be pronounced rather than omitted.

On 2011 Gwn 8, at 20:18, A. J. Trim wrote:

> I suspect that KS2 uses «-v» when stressed mainly because the SWF does

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