craig at agantavas.org
Mon Aug 16 10:09:11 BST 2010
Richard Gendall only gives: cowcumber, which is an Eng. dialectal form.
On 16 Est 2010, at 09:56, Michael Everson wrote:
> I spoke with Ray this morning, and he says ['kuːkᵿmbɹə] with a
> stress on the first syllable, a long vowel, and a u-coloured schwa
> in the penultimate. Either <cûcùmbra> or <cûcombra> could
> represent this; the latter has the "advantage" of fewer diacritics
> and is similar to the older French <coucombre>.
> I do think that we should stick to the accidence cûcombra pl
> cûcombrys in favour of a KK/SWF-based cûcomber pl cûcomberyow.
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