[Spellyans] final -y in verbal nouns

Janice Lobb janicelobb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 15:54:43 BST 2021

Please do not judge us on our web sites! Perhaps it would be better not to
have one at all. I am tearing my hair out because I know the Cussul website
is dreadfully out of date. The problem is time and expertise. My son keeps
trying to explain to me how to update it but I forget! Due to Covid we have
not been sitting down together. Also he is very busy running his new
masters course in Indy Gaming (whatever that is!) at Falmouth University.
As Neil says, we have left dear Richard Gendall in the past. You obviously
didn't see his final dictionary, Nicholas, which we did not adopt, as being
too extremely Lhuydian.

On Wed, Apr 7, 2021 at 3:37 PM Neil Kennedy <keverango at yahoo.ie> wrote:

> Otta hei genes, saw chy a vedn gweles nag ew scrifys Cussül warlergh an
> gis a eron ûsya!
> Modern Cornish - Home <http://www.moderncornish.net/index.html>
> Modern Cornish - Home
> cornish language
> <http://www.moderncornish.net/index.html>
> On Wednesday 7 April 2021, 15:27:53 GMT+2, Nicholas Williams <
> njawilliams at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yth esta ytho ow qwetyas pobel a’n tu wàr ves dhe wodhvos adro dhe daclow
> nag eus wàr an wiasva. Saw revrons ahanans yma semlant a wiasva offycyal
> wàr hebma: Cussel an Tavas Kernôwek/The Cornish Language Council <
> http://www.moderncornish.net>
> Fatla yll nebonen godhvos nag yw an wiasva-na agas gwiasva in gwiryoneth?
> Ple ma an wiasva wiryon?
> Nicholas
> On 7 Apr 2021, at 14:02, Neil Kennedy <keverango at yahoo.ie> wrote:
> The site in question is not the Cussul's official site and should
> disappear. It was created c.2007 by Gus Williams and has not been
> maintained. Michael kindly paid for it but we did not get our act together
> and keep it up-to-date. The information is outdated and therefore somewhat
> embarrassing.
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