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Lexicon cornu-britannicum

Williams, Robert

Lexicon cornu-britannicum

a dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall, in which the words are elucidated by copious examples from the Cornish works now remaining; with translations into English. The synonyms are also given in the cognate dialects of Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, and Manx ...

by Williams, Robert

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Published by Roderic in Llandovery .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cornish language -- Dictionaries -- English,
  • English language -- Dictionaries -- Cornish,
  • Celtic languages -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy the Rev. Robert Williams.
    GenreDictionaries, Dictionaries.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. l., 398 p. :
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18640236M
    LC Control Number10030104

    Penrose (Cornish: Penros) is a house (in private ownership) and National Trust estate amounting to acres, east of Porthleven and in the civil parish of Sithney, Cornwall, England. The estate includes Loe Pool and Loe Bar which was given into the ownership of the National Trust in by Lt. Cdr. J. P. Rogers, and stretches along the coast to Gunwalloe. Conservation of a Cornish language printed volume with manuscript additions: –. Title: Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum: a dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall Author: Robert Williams Date: This volume was Nance’s ‘working copy’. He was ‘the leading Cornish cultural revivalist after Henry Jenner’.

    WILLIAMS (ROBERT) Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum: A Dictionary of the Ancient Celtic Language of Cornwall, contemporary diced calf, Llandovery, Roderic, JAGO (FRED. W.P., editor) An English-Cornish Dictionary, frontispiece, ; The Ancient Language and Dialect of Cornwall, frontispiece, Truro, GROSE (FRANCIS) A Provincial Glossary; with a Collection of Local . Bossence is a surname of Cornish origin. It is an anglicized variant of the original Cornish "bos" (archaic "bod") meaning "dwelling" and "sans" meaning "holy" or "saint." It is also commonly spelled Bosence.. Origins and variants "Bossence" is a habitational name from the Penwith region of Cornwall near Land's End in South West England. As a surname, it is historically heavily Region of origin: England, Cornwall.

    This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. By using LibraryThing you acknowledge that. Merrow (from Irish murúch, Middle Irish murdúchann or murdúchu) is an Irish-English term for a mermaid or merman.. The word appears in two tales set in Ireland published in the 19th century. In Lady of Gollerus, a green-haired beautiful merrow is forced to wed a local Kerry man who deprives her of the "magical cap" (cohuleen druith).And in the The Soul Cages a green-bodied .


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Lexicon cornu-britannicum: a dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall, in which the words are elucidated by copious examples from the Cornish works now remaining; are also given in the cognate dialects of Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, and Manx. Lexicon cornu-britannicum: a dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall by Williams, Robert, Publication date Topics Cornish language -- Dictionaries English, English language -- Dictionaries Cornish, Celtic languages -- Dictionaries Publisher Llandovery: RodericPages: Lexicon Cornu-britannicum: A Dictionary of the Ancient Celtic Language of Cornwall, in which the Words are Elucidated by Copious Examples from the Cornish Works Now Remaining; with Translations Into English.

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The synonyms are also given in the cognate dialects of Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, and Manx. [Robert Williams]. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Williams, Robert. Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum. London: Trubner, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource.

Buy the Hardcover Book Lexicon Cornu-britannicum: A Dictionary Of The Ancient Celtic Language Of Cornwall, In Which The Wo by Robert Williams atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Buy Lexicon Cornu-britannicum: A Dictionary Of The Ancient Celtic Language Of Cornwall, In Which The Words Are Elucidated By Copious Examples From The Cornish Works Now Remaining by Williams, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Robert Williams. Click on a title to look inside that book (if available): Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum () by Robert Williams. Manx, aghin.

Sanscrit artha, a prayer, from arth to ask. ARCH AIL, s. An archangel. Cornish Vocabulary, archangelus. Compounded of arch, chief, and ail, an angel. ARCHANS, s. Silver. A lena yn homhronkyas uchel tear ben tin. Cornish (Standard Written Form: Kernewek or Kernowek, Old English: Cornwealisċ) is a Southwestern Brittonic language of the Celtic language is a revived language that became extinct as a first language in Cornwall in the late 18th century.

A revival began in the early 20th century. Some have expressed the opinion that the language is an important part of Language family: Indo-European.

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Google free e-book. Zeuss, Johann Kaspar, Grammatica celtica, Volume 2, Cornish-Latin glossary from a 12 th century manuscript. Google free E-books. Grammars.

• Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum or Dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall, by Robert Williams () & another version • Archæologia Cornu-Britannica: Cornish grammar & Cornish-English vocabulary, by William Pryce () • Vocabularium cornicum: Cornish-Latin glossary from a 12 th century manuscript.

Synthe­siz­ing the texts, the description in Lhuyd's "Archaeologia Britannica" (), Norris' "Sketch of Cornish Grammar" (), Williams' "Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum" (), and Jago's "English-Cornish Dictionary" (), Jenner sorted it all out: he devised a system which was practical enough to use to begin to revive the lan­: Henry Jenner.

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in the film "Transformations", played by Kenneth Browning. After some digging, I can find some 19th century English uses via Google books, some in prose, and at least three in French (or Cornish)-->English dictionaries. The most fascinating from the Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum of a translation from Cornish, the earliest from All of these translation usages use the phrase "dirty jade" as different.

Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum: A Dictionary of the Ancient Celtic Language of Cornwall, in Which the Words Are Elucidated by Copious Examples from the Cornish Works Now Remaining; With Translations Into E.

Robert Williams $. Cornish (Kernowek or Kernewek) is a Southwestern Brittonic Celtic language historically spoken by the Cornish language has undergone a revival in recent decades and is considered to be an important part of Cornish identity, culture and heritage.

[1] [2] It is a recognised minority language of the United Kingdom, [3] protected under the European Charter for Regional or .Merrow (from Irish murúch, Middle Irish murdúchann or murdúchu) is a mermaid or merman in Irish folklore.

The term is of Irish-English origin. The merrows supposedly requires to have a magical cap (Irish: cochaillín draíochta; Irish-English: cohuleen druith) in its possession in order to travel between deep water and dry land.The Coco (also known as the Cuco, Coca, Cuca, Cucuy, or Cucuí) is a mythical ghost-monster, equivalent to the bogeyman, found in many Hispanophone and Lusophone countries.

It can also be considered an Iberian version of a bugbear, as it is a commonly used figure of speech representing an irrational or exaggerated fear. The Coco is a male being while Cuca is a .