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10 PHONOLOGY 7 of Gelli

10 PHONOLOGY 7 of Gelli Lyfdy compiled two collections of the alphabets known to him p 307, IL 144, but neither contains anything like the coelbren. No MS. is written in it, for the simple reason that it was easier to write ordinaiy characters than the coelbren caricature of them. The writing in P 54 pp. 359 ff., stated in the R. to be in " ' bardic ' characters, which are widely different from Roman characters ", bears no resemblance to the coelbren, and is no more " " widely different from Roman characters than the coelbren itself is ; it is the hand of an illiterate person the ; letters are written separately, but all are clumsy copies of the script characters of the period, mostly formed with awkward curves, the antithesis of the coelbren angles. There is a somewhat similar scribble written upside down on the bottom margin of B.CH. = p 29, p. 19. The wooden book consisted of squared inscribed sticks in a frame; it was called peithynen from its resemblance to a weaver's reed, and not the reverse, as lolo asserted, for peithyn(eri) comes regularly from Lat. ' ace. pectin-em comb, weaver's reed '. The absurdity of the supposition that such a device ever served any serious purpose of literature is manifest when one considers what a cartload of wooden books would be required to carry the contents of a small manuscript volume. ii. The earliest Welsh alphabet given as such is that found in the B.G. col. 1117: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, k, I, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, v, x, y, to, If. It contains q, which is not used in Welsh, and omits all the could not be included in the traditional digraphs except II ; they number, 24. Sir J. Price's alphabet in T.L.H, (1546) is as follows: a, b, c, d, d, e,ff,f, g, h, i, k, I, Ih, m, n, o, p, r, rh, 8, t, v = u, v, y, w. VV. Salesbury gives the following alphabet in his Playne and Familiar Introductio, 1567 (written in 1550): A, b, c, ch, d, dd, e,f,ff, g, h, i, k, I, tt, m, n, o, p, r, s, t, th, v, u, w, y. He distinguishes between u and v, using the latter for Eng. v, Welsh/. G.R., (1567), who uses d, I, u for dd, II, w, gives the following alphabet : a, 6, c, ch, d, d, e,f, g, i, h, I, I, m, . o, p, r, s, t, th, u, u, y, omitting ng and ph (both of which he uses, the latter to the exclusion of^"), to make the number 24. S.V., (1568), gives the following alphabet of 24 letters: a, b, d, dd, e > ft ffi 9> j ^> I, tt m n , , > Pt *} *> t, v, w, y, ch, th, adding that h is the sign of a breathing, J 9/3. J.D.R., (1592), used h to form all his digraphs, thus bh = f, dh = dd, gh = ng. His alphabet is as follows : a, b, bh, c, ch, d, dh, e, g, gh, yhh, h, i, Ih, I, m, mh, n, nh, o, p, ph, rh, r, s, t, th, u, y>, y, y. It contains a character for each simple sound in the language, including the two sounds of y ; but it was too cumbrous to win general adoption. The alphabet of the present day is first met with in D. (1621), with the single difference that D. has two forms of the letter y ; thus, a, b, c, ch, d, dd, e, f,ff, g, ng, h, i, I, II, m, n, o, p. ph, r, s, t, th, u, w, y/y. It omits mh, nh, ngh, rh. The names now given to the letters are, in the above order, in Welsh spelling (all vowels not marked long to be

8,9 THE VOWELS 11 read short) : a, In, ec, ech, dl, ecfd, e, eft eff, eg, eng, dets, I, el, ell, em, en, o, pi, yff'vrffl, er, es, ti, eth, u, w, y. The names 7>a, he, hi given to the letter h by some writers on Welsh grammar and orthography a are figments. The name is nets, borrowed from Eng. or Fr. (Eng. aitch, Fr. ache, Span, atche): H. arall it sy Harri Wyth yw 'r dyn a 'th eura di. T.A., c. i 340. ' Thou hast another H. Henry the Eighth is the man who will ennoble thee.' The first line is to be read Aets arall it sy Harri, as shown by the cynghanedd : t s r t a r. Lhuyd, (1707). used ^ for ch, X for II, and b for dd. The last has survived iu the form 8 in ordinary handwriting, but manuscript 8 is printed dd. 8. The orthography of Mn. W. is almost purely phonetic : each letter of the alphabet has one standard sound, except y which has two. It will therefore be convenient to give the values of the letters in the modern alphabet, and then, rising the modern characters to represent the sounds of the language, to show in detail how each sound was written in earlier periods, noting any changes which have taken place in the sounds themselves. THE VOWELS. 0. The letters a, e, i, o, u, w, y represent vowel sounds. The following diagram shows the approximate relative positions of the vowels at the present day. y and y denote the two sounds of y. Vowels pronounced with rounded lips are enclosed in brackets. The more open the sound the less the rounding. Front Back The vowel sounds i, e, a, o t w, except in certain diphthongal combinations, have probably undergone no material change from * G.R., Rowland, Silvan Evans, Tegai. Rowland's Aaitch is a S.W. vulgarism.

  • Page 5 and 6: A WELSH GRAMMAR . HISTORICAL AND CO
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    47 ACCENTUATION 61 stress in each c

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    48 ACCENTUATION 63 The ordinary O h

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    49,50 ACCENTUATION 65 generally fol

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    51 QUANTITY 67 Exceptions to the ab

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    52 QUANTITY 69 vi. Many preposition

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    54 QUANTITY 71 thus ateb is necessa

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    56 QUANTITY 73 generally the same i

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    59 ARYAN VOWELS IN KELTIC 75 store

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    62 ARYAN VOWELS IN KELTIC 77 Ir. cr

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    63 VOWEL GRADATION 79 Ved- ' eat '

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    & 63 VOWEL GRADATION 81 5 outside t

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    63 VOWEL GRADATION 83 R 2 and VF, s

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    64, 65 VOWEL GRADATION 85 RV * 'fif

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    65 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 87 e + li

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    $ 67 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 89 (2)

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    69 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 91 beside

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    71 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 93 (2) Or

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    ' ' ' 71 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 95

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    74, 75 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 97 74

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    75 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 99 droppe

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    75 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 101 inter

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    ' 76 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 103 lio

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    76 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 105 Ifanc

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    76 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 107 forma

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    76 KELTIC VOWELS IN WELSH 109 ordin

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    77 LATER VOWEL CHANGES 111 verbs wi

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    78 LATER VOWEL CHANGES 113 ix. In M

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    79 LATER VOWEL CHANGES 115 Mn. W. o

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    81 VOWEL MUTATION 117 mains the sam

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    82 VOWEL MUTATION 119 with y. In B.

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    83 VOWEL AFFECTION 121 seems to be

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    84 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 123 NOTE i.

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    86 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 125 *do-pro

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    88, 89 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 127 ' >

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    91, 92 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 129 ber

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    93 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 131 'snow'.

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    94 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 133 tion',

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    95 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 135 iv. Ar.

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    95 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 137 W., whe

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    96 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 139 66 ii (

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    96 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 141 In W. s

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    96 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS v 143 (1) (

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    97 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 145 W. maid

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    99 THE AKYAN CONSONANTS 147 ei- abo

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    99 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 149 E. want

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    100 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 151 cf. ag

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    100 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 153 we hav

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    101 THE ARYAN CONSONANTS 155 ( : Gk

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    101 INTERCHANGE OF CONSONANTS 157 l

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    102 INTERCHANGE OF CONSONANTS 159 w

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    103 INTERCHANGE OF CONSONANTS 161 V

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    103 THE SOFT MUTATION 163 < tiffirn

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    104 THE SOFT MUTATION 165 \V. ceulo

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    105, 106 THE SOFT MUTATION 167 < Ke

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    106 THE NASAL MUTATION 169 (: Lat.

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    107 THE NASAL MUTATION 171 often wr

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    107 THE NASAL MUTATION 173 words, t

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    108 THE NASAL MUTATION 175 ym Mango

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    110 INITIAL MUTATION 177 rk remain

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    110 LATER CONSONANT CHANGES 179 No,

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    111 LATER CONSONANT CHANGES 181 ' u

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    111 LATER CONSONANT CHANGES 183 byt

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    1 1 1 LATER CONSONANT CHANGES 185 2

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    112 LATER CONSONANT CHANGES 187 and

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    113 LOSS OF SYLLABLES 189 in all ca

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    113 LOSS OF SYLLABLES 191 gold.' Ot

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    114 THE ARTICLE 193 vocalic form. I

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    116,117 NOUNS 195 The dual, whether

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    118 NOUNS 197 D. 38 gives ieirch rh

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    120 NOUNS 199 badau ' boats ' tonno

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    121 NOUNS 201 Bret, kere, pi. kereo

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    122 NOUNS 203 -i was also added to

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    122 NOUNS 205 (2) Ml. W. bugeil 'sh

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    123 NOUNS 207 cathod, ttwynogod, ew

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    124 NOUNS 209 (4) Some generic name

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    125 NOUNS 211 -on (Brit. nom. sg. -

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    126 NOUNS 213 (4) celfyfyd ' art ',

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    128 NOUNS 215 Double Plurals. 128.

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    130 NOUNS 217 Ni thawaf, od af Jieb

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    132 NOUNS 219 ii. In some cases the

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    134 NOUNS 221 'swallowing'', llafur

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    136 NOUNS 223 eryr "benyw ' ' femal

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    138 NOUNS 225 iii. (i) As in other

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    140 NOUNS 227 -ig forms m. titles,

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    143 NOUNS 229 damwein W.M. 29, K.M.

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    143 NOUNS 231 ' (9) -der, -ter < *-

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    143 NOUNS 233 For W. awdr ' author

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    145 ADJECTIVES 235 pi. lleithron (l

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    145 ADJECTIVES 237 (4) Most compoun

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    146 ADJECTIVES 239 E.P. 1327; crwm

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    147 ADJECTIVES 241 W.M. 165); claer

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    ADJECTIVES 243 (2) The W. spv. -haf

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    148 ADJECTIVES 245 adjectives. Bret

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    148 ADJECTIVES 247 case gwaeth is f

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    ADJECTIVES 249 which differed, were

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    149 ADJECTIVES 251 pen(n) ' head '

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    151 ADJECTIVES 253 respectively, mo

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    153 ADJECTIVES 255 P611-bell, ar dr

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    153 ADJECTIVES 257 The idea that -g

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    154 NUMERALS 259 huechet. 7, seithf

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    $ 155 COMPOUNDS 261 and the meaning

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    156 COMPOUNDS 263 In the example ll

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    $ 156 COMPOUNDS 265 with a man ' :

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    156 COMPOUNDS 267 ' under ' + *ston

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    157 COMPOUNDS 269 ann- [soft] < *an

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    159 PRONOUNS 271 Meined dy wasg mew

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    159 PRONOUNS 273 (2) A pronoun of t

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    160 PRONOUNS 275 ' Mighty youth is

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    160 PRONOUNS 277 After the prep, i

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    160 PRONOUNS 279 will not know it w

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    160 PEONOUNS 281 iv. Origin of : de

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    161 PRONOUNS 283 leu ditheu, eibaw

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    162 PRONOUNS 285 mentionest ' fast

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    162 PRONOUNS 287 v. (i) The negativ

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    163 PKONOUNS 289 departed from. But

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    ' 163 PRONOUNS 291 pan Soy di, yr y

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    163 PRONOUNS 293 glwy waeth L.M. D.

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    164 PRONOUNS 295 hwn ' this man '.

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    164 PRONOUNS 297 Mae'r henwyr ? Ai

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    165 PRONOUNS 299 *sundl or *sindi.

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    165 PRONOUNS 301 ii. (i) The first

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    165 PKONOUNS 303 dwfyr hwnnw do. 16

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    166 PRONOUNS 305 by dissim. for *al

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    168 PRONOUNS 307 prefixed or infixe

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    168 PRONOUNS 309 (2) oil. This is a

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    169 PRONOUNS 311 (2) Adj. llawer [r

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    170 PRONOUNS 313 heb Dduw, keb ddim

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    171 PRONOUNS 315 early i3th cent.a

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    172 VERBS 317 as cerir fi, cerir di

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    173 VERBS 319 VEEBAL NOUN. karu ; c

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    173 VERBS (3) The vowel of the stem

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    173 VERBS 323 ' buys ' (of snow), m

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    175 VERBS 325 eg., occurs ; as y wa

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    175 VERBS 327 ' saved, took ', with

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    177 VERBS 329 lively rare : gwiscof

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    179 VERBS 331 (5) The characteristi

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    179 VERBS 333 the unaccented was, a

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    180 VERBS 335 implies a Kelt. ** ea

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    181 VERBS 337 thus Brit. *kdrass-o-

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    183, 184 VERBS 339 183. Pres. Subju

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    I. a. 3- 185 VERBS 341 SUBJUNCTIVE

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    187,188 VERBS 343 Llaw Rys nid llai

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    188 VERBS 345 (2) The Ml. W. inflec

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    189 1. oefiwn, f yttoebwn 2. oeb ut

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    189 VERBS (3) In the impf. the cons

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    190 . VERBS 351 ' Compounds of the

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    191 VERBS 353 makes no sense; a bet

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    191 VERBS 355 Imperfect Tense. sg.

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    192 VERBS 357 of the tense is forme

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    193 VERBS 359 the steward to whom b

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    193 VERBS 361 VERBAL NOUN. mynet (m

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    193 VERBS A. sg. i. deuthum, doethu

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    193 VERBS 365 ethyw K.M. 104, dothw

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    193 VERBS 367 iii), beside the orig

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    194 VERBS 369 sg. impv. *-dhi might

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    194 VERBS 371 iv. (i) Ml. W. amygaf

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    196 VERBS 373 correct than the trad

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    196 VERBS 375 (3) A stem of the sam

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    198 VERBS 377 body ' ; heb y Pwyll

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    200 VERBS 379 ii. (i) The verb dlya

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    201 VERBS 381 1254 < *uo-gn-n-, Vge

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    201 VERBS 383 iii. The stems of den

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    202 VERBS 385 does not help us to d

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    202 VERBS 387 keissaw do. 487, Mn.

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    203 VERBS 389 (2) -ael or -el, in g

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    203 VERBS 391 B.T. 27, usually cysg

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    203 VERBS 393 vii. Each of the foll

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    205 VERBS 395 (3) They are adjectiv

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    207, 208 VERBS 397 The suff. -awt i

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    209 PREPOSITIONS 399 in other cases

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    210 PREPOSITIONS 401 (4) am

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    210 PREPOSITIONS 403 f. yrydi, (y}r

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    211 PREPOSITIONS 405 (7) er, Ml. W.

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    212 PREPOSITIONS 407 Lat. red-, re-

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    $ 213 PREPOSITIONS 409 213. i. The

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    214 PREPOSITIONS 411 to end. For ex

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    215 PREPOSITIONS 413 cyn is the adv

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    215 PREPOSITIONS 415 M.K. [vii] ' t

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    215 PREPOSITIONS 417 (2) er mwyn '

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    215 PREPOSITIONS 419 (n) heb amlaw

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    216 PREPOSITIONS 421 object ; thus

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    217 ADVERBS 423 = 1 ( nag) in ; ans

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    218 ADVERBS 425 is the same as afte

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    219 ADVERBS 427 me . . .' Na wir, y

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    219 ADVERBS 429 oblique mi instead

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    220 ADVERBS 431 object generally fo

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    220 ADVERBS 433 Ni threithir y gwir

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    220 ADVERBS 435 (4) Before an adj.

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    220 ADVERBS 437 (4) pa le, pie ' wh

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    220 ADVERBS 439 W. yn, Corn, yn, Ml

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    222 CONJUNCTIONS 441 Ac yno ym medw

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    222 CONJUNCTIONS 443 he was no near

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    222 CONJUNCTIONS 445 same as after

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    222 CONJUNCTIONS 447 that is ' ; A

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    222 CONJUNCTIONS 449 wybyem pan oeS

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    224 INTERJECTIONS 451 woe [to him]

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    INDEX I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WELSH

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    argyweSa 322 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL

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    can, see cann I. MODERN AND MEDIEVA

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    cwsg 396 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WEL

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    deuaf 99, 359, I. MODERN AND MEDIEV

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    efe 271-2 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WE

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    I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WELSH 465 gr

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    I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WELSH 467 ha

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    llythyr 120 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL

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    oeddwn 347, 350 I. MODERN AND MEDIE

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    hodia 322 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL WE

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    trwyddo 402 I. MODERN AND MEDIEVAL

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    yswaetheroedd 440 ysywaeth 440, 452

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