[Spellyans] in me, in you, etc.

Chris Parkinson brynbow at btinternet.com
Sun Apr 21 15:48:01 BST 2013

I don't know where Dick Gendall found 'ita ve'. I mention that it occurs in
a lesson on imperatives as opposed to a lesson on inflected prepositions,
which information you did not give. Dick , as you point out, did not include
it in his paradigm of  'in' as he does not consider it as a pattern to
follow any more than you do.




From: Spellyans [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of
Nicholas Williams
Sent: 21 April 2013 15:05
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Subject: Re: [Spellyans] in me, in you, etc.


I know where ita ve occurs in Tavaz a Ragadazow, because  that is where I
found it.

Can you tell me where exactly in LC literature that ita ve is attested?

I have been unable to find it. Moreover in TaR Gendall gives all the
inflected form of in and ita ve is not there.

Indeed I can find no examples with ita/eta outside the third person singular
or plural.

I still think ita ve is an invention.





On 21 Apr 2013, at 09:22, Chris Parkinson wrote:

Lesson 37 of Tavas a R., which deals with imperatives. 'Trustio ita ve is on
the list of examples of imperatives taken from LC literature.


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