[Spellyans] cledh etc
janicelobb at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 10:07:44 GMT 2013
I'm glad you didn't opt for /ue/ which would have been even further from
what I would like for Late Cornish. It is the presence of the letter /u/
that causes pronunciation problems. I know this debate is about spelling,
but lurking in the background is pronunciation, about which we have no
direct evidence. Is it fair that Late Cornish learners have a harder job
than Middle Cornish learners in reconciling what they see with what comes
out of their mouths?
On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 10:23 PM, Nicholas Williams
<njawilliams at gmail.com>wrote:
> <eu> was adopted for KS to be as close as possible to the S WF.
> I should myself have preferred <ue> but <eu> is well attested:
> *leun a ras* PA 3c, 9c, 11c, 52a, 86d, 87b, 95d, 100d, 103d, 186c, 232d,
> 254a, BK 2890; *leun a rays* BM 1098
> *leun golon* PA 25c, 30a, 228b
> *mar veur *RD 1896
> *dre wyr vreus* PC 2901
> *euth y clewas* RD 2128
> *eus Borde* x 3
> *dew lader drevs* PA 163a
> *evs a huhon *PC 3
> *er y anfevs* RD 2137
> *deth brevs *RD 2140
> *devn* 'let's go' CW 1713
> On 12 Jan 2013, at 21:28, Christian Semmens wrote:
> I see no justification for 'eu' either, except as a historical footnote.
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