[Spellyans] Cornish fonts

Eddie Climo eddie_climo at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Sep 1 17:47:05 BST 2010

I agree. There's nothing wrong with homographs in a language,  
especially where there's little chance of confusing their meanings.

That's why I shall continue to write <yn> for both the prepostion and  
the adverbial particle, following the pattern established in Unified  

The vowel in each words is pronounced pretty much the same (albeit not  
quite stressed the same), and 'yn ta' and 'yn tre' are both  
semantically and syntactically quite distinct. With this pair, I  
derogate from KS's in/yn distinction. In this instance, UC ain't  
broke, so there's no need to fix it.

Eddie Foirbeis Climo
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On 1 Gwn 2010, at 12:02, nicholas williams wrote:
> I think both should be spelt <ow>.
> On 1 Gwn 2010, at 00:48, A. J. Trim wrote:
> I make ow "-ing" which do you recommend for "my" for my orthography,  
> and what does KS do?

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