[Spellyans] Late Cornish adaptations

Craig Weatherhill weatherhill at freenet.co.uk
Fri Aug 1 23:06:52 BST 2008

I actually follow the same course as Nicholas here, for the sake of 
differentiating between the two words to avoid confusion.


nicholas williams wrote:
> I wasn't making any recommendation. I use ewn, ewna for 'correct, to 
> correct' and own, owna for 'fear, to fear', but others may wish to 
> write owna for 'to correct'.
> I am no guru.
> Nicholas
> On 1 Aug 2008, at 16:22, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
>> Of course, it’s up to each writer to decide whether s/he wants to use 
>> <ewna> or <owna> for “correct, emend”. I was under the impression 
>> Nicholas was suggesting to standardise <ewna> for the aforementioned 
>> verb and <owna> for the verb “fear”.
>> Dan
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