[Spellyans] yesterday's BIG surprise
s.hewitt at unesco.org
Wed Jun 6 10:26:02 BST 2012
Well spotted. It is clywch, clywch in Welsh, which is closely aligned to English with respect to idiom and phraseology.
As there is nothing similar in French, there is no one equivalent phrase in Breton. The best in this case would be Deud eo ganit/ganeoc'h [come.pp it.is with you sg/pl.] "You said it!"
Just received my copy of Desky Kernowek - it is fabulous, just what I was looking for. I especially appreciate all the examples from the historical corpus.
From: spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of Nicholas Williams
Sent: 06 June 2012 11:22
To: Standard Cornish discussion list
Subject: Re: [Spellyans] yesterday's BIG surprise
Surely neither clew, clew nor clowowgh, clowowgh is really a good translation.
Both follow the English too literally.
Wouldn't it be better to say:
Leverys yn tâ!
Acordys ov yn tien!
An gwir a leverta!
On 6 Jun 2012, at 09:08, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
I would have expected the 2nd person plural, rather than the singular...
On Jun 5, 2012, at 6:44 PM, Craig Weatherhill wrote:
On 5 Efn 2012, at 14:49, Ken MacKinnon wrote:
What is the Cornish for "Hear! Hear !"
- an ken Ken
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