[Spellyans] Multiple adjectives after feminine nouns

nicholas williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 10:00:03 GMT 2009

Tregear uses y myth, e myth, myth about 15 times and in almost every  
it is preceded by direct speech. This is the original Cornish syntax.
When one wants to say: 'he/she said' before the actual words quoted
one uses the verb leverel, e.g.

ef a leverys efan,
e fethowgh why dybynnys

He said aloud,
'You will be beheaded'
BK 2271-72.


On 16 Mar 2009, at 19:31, Eddie Climo wrote:

> There may be other instances in this book, but these 2 are certain.

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