Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica; Or, An Essay to Preserve the Ancient Cornish Language: Containing the Rudiments of that Dialect, in a Cornish Grammar and Cornish-English Vocabulary, Compiled from a Variety of Materials which Have Been Inaccessible to All Other Authors, Wherein the British Original of Some Thousand English Words in Common Use is Demonstrated; Together with that of the Proper Names of Most Towns, Parishes, Villages, Mines, and Gentlemen's Seats Amd Families, in Wales, Cornwall, Devonshire, and Other Parts of England
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agan alfo alíb ancient ardar aster bave bill bouse British Britons corne CORNISH GRAMMAR Cornwall Cotton Library dên dhan dhort dwelling dzhei dzhyi famé G R A M M A gans Glawn goth guelez Gwavas Gweek henna houfe huei Huez huî idem Ivan Jhall Kelmy Kenz Kernûak Latin letter levar Lhuyd lîaz manuscripts MODERN CORNISH mucb nouns pedn plural privia pron pronounced pronunciation Redruth river signifies tbat tbee tbem tbey tbis tbou termination Teth thaï thee thou Tîz town tozvn tree valley vedn verb vyth wbat wben Welíh Welsh whence witb wood word zvent