Lyvronieth whithrans an tavas Kernowek

Ottomma versyon kynsa lyvronieth a whithrans a-dro dhe’n tavas Kernowek, gwrys rag bagas whithrans an Akademi Kernewek. Nynj yw gorfennys awos ow bos owth addya campollansow erel dhedhy whath. Mars esowgh ow qweles bos ankevys genev neb lyver po erthygel, danvenewgh messaj dhymm der e-bost (linus namm band orth wales namm ac namm uk).

Nodewgh nag eus lyvrow nag erthyglow a-dro dhe lien kernowek y’n lyvronieth. Yth esov vy ow tenna an linen orth dyllansow, eus ow ri an text kernowek hengovek ha (yn dydhyow ma dre vras) dielvennans yethoniek ynwedh.

Versyon diwettha an lyvronieth o ughkergys war: 09-10-2017.

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Breeze, A. 2007. ‘The De Spain Family and Trispen, Cornwall’. DCNQ 40/1: 28-9.

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Breeze, A. 2008. ‘Breton Kudon “Dove”, Cudden Point, and Tregidden’. DCNQ 40/3 40/4: 113.

Breeze, A. 2008. ‘Cornwall and Friar Tryvytlam, Oxford Poet’. DCNQ 40/3: 87-8.

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Breeze, A. 2008. ‘The Name of Penwith’. DCNQ 40/3: 115-17.

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Breeze, A. 2009. ‘St Martin in Meneage and St Didymus of Alexandria’. DCNQ 41/6: 187-9.

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Breeze, A. 2010. ‘The Name of Lerryn’. DCNQ 40/8: 240-1.

Breeze, A. 2010. ‘The Name of Menabilly’. DCNQ 40/7: 210-11.

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Breeze, A. 2011. ‘Astrot and Beryth in the Cornish Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 40/10: 304-6.

Breeze, A. 2011. ‘Herb of Grace, Devil’s Drop, Cuckoo-Flower, and St Kea’. DCNQ 40/10: 298-301.

Breeze, A. 2011. ‘Langorthou, the Churchtown of Fowey’. DCNQ 40/10: 291-2.

Breeze, A. 2011. ‘Middle Cornish Myghternas Nef “Queen of Heaven”’. DCNQ 40/10: 295-7.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘“Arsevnans” and “dar” in the Cornish Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/1: 17-19.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘“Dylys” in the Middle Cornish Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/1: 4-6.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘Cornish descyn and delay in an Arthurian Drama’. DCNQ 41/1: 54-6.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘Cuckoo, Gallows, Majesty, Resolution, and St Kea’. DCNQ 41/1: 48-52.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘Middle Cornish kefrow in Bewnans Ke’. DCNQ 41/1: 63-4.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘No Dead Poet in the Play of Kea’. DCNQ 41/1 41/2: 45.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘Sen and Insult in The Life of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/1: 65-6.

Breeze, A. 2012. ‘Tarshish and the Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/1: 33-4.

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘Afruthow and Hindrance in the Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/3: 80-1.

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘No Breton Drug in the Cornish Play of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/3: 84-5

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘No Horse’s Head at St Michael Penkevil’. DCNQ 41/3 41/4: 104-6 .

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘The Name of Downderry, Cornwall’. DCNQ 41/3: 126-7.

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘Tregole Revisited’. DCNQ 41/3: 97-9.

Breeze, A. 2013. ‘Trelowarren and Fresh Milk’. DCNQ 41/3: 106-8.

Breeze, A. 2013. REVIEW: ‘Bewnans Ke: The Life of St Kea’. Celtica 27: 210-11.

Breeze, A. 2014. ‘Bodmin Moor’s Codda and Welsh Cod “Bag”’. DCNQ 41/6: 183-4.

Breeze, A. 2014. ‘Great Bosullow and Breton Ti Kolo “Thatched Cottage”’. DCNQ 41/5: 159-60.

Breeze, A. 2014. ‘Kella and Kyrnyk, Stags of St Kea’. DCNQ 41/5: 157-9.

Breeze, A. 2014. ‘Trebartha and Bushes’. DCNQ 41/5: 137-8.

Breeze, A. 2014. ‘Warleggan and Breton Gorle ‘Grosses Roches’’. DCNQ 41/5: 146-7.

Breeze, A. 2015. ‘St Michael Caerhays and Welsh Aches “Sea; Flood”’. DCNQ 41/7: 220-2.

Breeze, A. 2015. ‘St Stephen in Brannel and Breton Branell “Crutch; Wedge”’. DCNQ 41/7: 222-3.

Breeze, A. 2016. ‘Ictis and St Michael’s Mount’. DCNQ 41/10: 302-8.

Breeze, A. 2016. ‘Buckland Monachorum and Dobunnus the Smith’. DCNQ 41/10: 315-19.

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Breeze, A. 2017. ‘Ocrinum, the Ancient Name of Lizard Point’. DCNQ 42/1: 4-6.

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Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2006. Towards Authentic Cornish. Westport: Evertype. A critique of Kernewek Kemmyn for the Twenty-First Century of Paul Dunbar and Ken George, Gerlyver Kernewek Kemmyn by Ken George, and A Grammar of Modern Cornish by Wella Brown.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2006. ‘I-Affection in Breton and Cornish’. Cornish Studies (Second series) 14: 24-43. Reprinted in STC, 1-16.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2007. ‘The Cornish Englyn.’ Cornish Studies (Second series) 15. Reprinted in STC, 17-30.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2008. ‘Cornish (Kornisch)’. In Ulrich Ammon & Harald Haarman (editors), Wieser Enzyklopädie: Wieser Encyclopaedia, Vol. 1. A-I, 101-108. Klagenfurt: Wieser Verlag.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2007. ‘The New Testament in Kernowek Kemyn.’ Review article in Michael Everson, Craig Weatherhill, Ray Chubb, Bernard Deacon and Nicholas Williams, Form and Content in Revived Cornish, 90-226. Westport: Evertype.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2010. ‘The Preterite in Cornish.’ Cornish Studies (Second series) 18: 179-202. Reprinted in STC, 31-48.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2011. ‘Middle and Late Cornish’, in Elmar Ternes (Ed.), Münchner Forschungen zur historischen Sprachwissenschaft (MFhS), Band 11: Munich Studies in Linguistics: Brythonic Celtic-Britannisches Keltisch: From Medieval British to Modern Breton, 237-257. Bremen: Hempen Verlag.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2011. ‘Some Cornish Plurals.’ Cornish Studies (Second series) 19. Exeter: University of Exeter Press: 35–59.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2012. ‘Cornish Names for Native Fruit’, in Bo Almqvist et al., Sruthanna an Aigéin Thiar—Atlantic Currents: Essays in honour of Séamas Ó Catháin, 455-466. Dublin: University College Dublin Press.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2012. Desky Kernowek: A complete guide to Cornish. Westport: Evertype. Westport.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2013. ‘Adjectival and Adverbial Prefixes in Cornish.’ Cornish Studies (Second series) 21, 33-75. Exeter: University of Exeter Press. Reprinted in STC, 69-103.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2014. Geryow Gwir: The lexicon of Revived Cornish. 2nd ed, revised and enlarged. Westport: Evertype.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2014. ‘“If” in Cornish.’ Paper delivered at Skians Conference 2014, Cornwall College, Camborne. October 2014. Reprinted in STC, 104-111.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2015. ‘Reflexive Verbs in Cornish.’ Paper delivered at Skians Conference 2015. Tremough. September 2015. Reprinted in STC, pp. 112-119.

Williams, Nicholas J. A. 2016. ‘Auxiliary Verbs in Cornish’, in STC, 120-184.

WORC = 2006. Writings on Revived Cornish. 2006. Westport: Evertype.