[Spellyans] Blejyow or Flowrys?

janicelobb at tiscali.co.uk janicelobb at tiscali.co.uk
Wed Jun 2 10:31:52 BST 2010

Don't forget bejeth  in the "Strawberry Leaf Song".Jan

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From: njawilliams at gmail.com

Date: 31/05/2010 9:51 

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Subj: Re: [Spellyans] Blejyow or Flowrys?

I often use enep for 'surface' and fâss for 'face'. Both Keigwin and John Boson use bejeth for the 'face of the waters' in Genesis 1.2: tewlder wor bedgeth an downder Keigwin; ha spiriz Deu reeg guaya var budgeth an dour JBoson.Though Keigwin uses enep at Genesis 1.29: E ma reaze gennan thu keneffra lazoan toane haaz a eze wor enapp an Noare [Yma rës genendhywgh kenyver losowen ow ton has eus wàr enep an nor].
On 31 Me 2010, at 09:13, Ray Chubb wrote:If I wanted to say the surface of the sea I would continue to use 'eneb an mor' because it just sounds right.  In other situations I would probably use 'fas'.

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