[Spellyans] Can anyone help me

Linus Band linusband at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 18:05:01 IST 2012


Thank you Stephen for the tip about contacting Guto. He has scanned the
pages for me! I am saved! Also a great thanks to Eddie and Herbie for
helping me with the attested Cornish forms :)

2012/7/11 Herbie Blackburn <kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com>

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> Also:****
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> Kegel / Gygel (for Kygel, *Ordinalia.OM*); Kigel (*Vocabularium Cornicum*)
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> *From:* spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net [mailto:
> spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] *On Behalf Of *Eddie Climo
> *Sent:* 11 July 2012 16:51
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> *Subject:* Re: [Spellyans] Can anyone help me****
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> Hi Linus,****
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> Nance 1938 gives:****
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> kygel f. distaff (C.Voc. kigel, Dialect "kiggal")
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> Eddie Climo****
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> On 2012 Gor 11, at 15:17, Linus Band <linusband at gmail.com> wrote:****
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>  First of all, sorry for abusing the list for something non-Cornish, but
> you are the easiest to reach group of peopleu with Celtic expertise. As you
> might know, I am writing my MA-thesis about the **Ushant** dialect of
> Breton. The deadline for handing in my thesis is this Friday, and I am
> therefore very busy checking everything at the moment. I found out that I
> need to take a look at two books that are supposed to be in our University
> Library. The library is closed this week, however, (of all times!) so I had
> to order them to be sent to a different university location. The problem is
> that one of the books seems to have disappeared from the catalogue, and the
> other that I did order just won't arrive. So, I was wondering if any of you
> has access to one or both of these books.****
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> The books are:****
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> Fleuriot, *Dictionnaire des glosses en vieux breton* (****Paris**** 1964).
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> (I need to know what page 187 says about the gloss *gueldenes *gl.
> 'insula indomita')****
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> Vendryes,* Lexique étymologique de l’irlandais ancien, *7 vols (Dublin
> 1959-1996).****
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> ( I need to know what etymology he gives for *cuicél *'distaff')****
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> To keep it somewhat on the topic of Cornish: is the Cornish word for
> 'distaff' attested in the traditional texts? In Middle Breton it is *
> queiguel*, the **Ushant** dialect has [ˈkigel] (Peurunvan *keigel*). In
> Middle Welsh we find *cogeil* (Modern Welsh *cogail, cogel*).****
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> All the best,****
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> Linus****
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