[Spellyans] Plural of 'lo'

Ray Chubb ray at spyrys.org
Thu Dec 17 12:35:16 GMT 2009

This would tie in with the plurals of knife 'kellyl' and fork 'fergh',  
(both spellings from Nance), where the plurals are made with vowel  
changes.  It seems logical that the plural of spoon would follow the  
same rule, or am I too conditioned by the modern day concept of  
setting a table?

On 16 Kev 2009, at 23:06, Owen Cook wrote:

> I agree.
> 2009/12/16 Craig Weatherhill <craig at agantavas.org> rug screfa:
>> Lew appears to be the attested Cornish plural and, for that reason,  
>> I think
>> we should stay with it, not take a guess that it shared the same  
>> plural with
>> Welsh or Breton.
>> Craig
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