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Tue Apr 8 16:49:03 IST 2014
Ytho, wosa oll an tros ha'n kedryn wherow, <oe> yn hynwyn tyllerow a yl dastewynya orgraf testennek, poran del esa onen ahanan ow lavasos leverel.
Ow, an gwyr a leversys, Craig—gwres da, sos!
On 2014 Ebr 8, at 16:24, Nicholas Williams wrote:
> <oe> is quite common in the texts, but it is not usually employed for the reflex of OC ui. It is often oy in oel 'oil'
> and quite often just a way of writing long o (not from ui), e.g the voese whippys SA 59a.
> On 8 Apr 2014, at 15:32, Craig Weatherhill wrote:
>> With regard to <oe>, I still maintain that it is not a Kemmynism but was a graph frequently used in historical Cornish.
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