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Sun Mar 5 19:40:48 GMT 2017
But, judging from the spellings *du* and *dew*, hasn't the labial
glide *-w* been
Oll an gwella,
2017-03-05 20:27 GMT+01:00 Nicholas Williams <njawilliams at gmail.com>:
> Dy’Gool is to be avoided because nothing has been omitted.
> The prefix ‘day’ in traditional Cornish in festivals and days of the week
> is de, du or dew. It represents the reflex
> of an oblique case of the word for ‘day’. It is not an abbreviated form of
> nominative dydh, dedh.
> In the texts on finds
> *dugol Myhal* ‘Michaelmas’ BM
> *woyl Myhal* < *Goyl Myhal* Michaelmas BK.
> *Degl Stû*l ‘Epiphany’ Lhuyd.
> My preference would be for Degol Pyran or Degol Peran. Division into two
> is probably advisable, given that there seem to be two stresses in the
> On 5 Mar 2017, at 18:43, Craig Weatherhill <craig at agantavas.org> wrote:
> Dy' Gool Piran
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