[Spellyans] An Abecedary Kernowek
craig at agantavas.org
Sun Mar 29 22:19:14 BST 2009
With M and N we would have to have two entries for each: one for the
unpreoccluded form and one where preocclusion applies.
On 29 Mer 2009, at 15:17, <ajtrim at msn.com> <ajtrim at msn.com> wrote:
> You may wish to consider m = ebm, and n = edn.
> These would conform with the long consonant rule, and it would help
> to teach the correct sound of bm and that of dn, where the b and d
> should be incompletely exploded.
> So here is my suggestion:
> â, bê, cê, dê, ê, ef, gê, egh, î, jê, kê, ell, ebm, edn, ô, pê, cû,
> èr, èss, tê, û, vê, wê, xê, yê, zê, (with qwê for qw in spelling out
> words because you never use q alone.)
> Then, è would be è bèr, ê would be ê hir, ë would be ê eylyans, etc.
> Andrew J. Trim
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