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Re: Submitted for your approval...
On Sat, 16 Jan 1999, Padraic Brown wrote:
> Sorry, I can only find the Celticonlang list address:
> (firstname.lastname@example.org); but don't recall the subscription
I will do a search, I think I have seen it on the web.
Also, appologies to your mum...I neglected to remove her address
> from the Sessiwn when you returned home. But the problem has now been
I'm sure she will be forgiving.
> > > Eo ai yn afan noig subr lla mor; mari mari dictum domini.
> > I have a ?having-done sail/? on the sea; (lla for)
> I have a love sails on the sea. or do we not use pres. parts. in this
I shall pound my head for overlooking afar! I mustn't have it on the
lexicon webpages. I thought you might have been using gafar, it didn't
look like afer to me.
Probably I would suggest afant for lover, I think some continental
languages have amanto, the -n ending as a nominal agent seems unusual for
me, -nt more normal. There is also afur for love, Iewan would also add
afor which happens between animals.
> > Gave me a ?????, bone has not;
> a dove (or a saint ;-) )
mb simplifies to m but doesn't soften.
Andrew Smith, Intheologus email@example.com
Q. Why are there so many Smiths in the Phone Book?
A. Because they all have telephones!
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