> In general, I don't think there are that many words that continue the
> oblique, but I would have to look that up for exact details.
Maybe not common nouns, but there are some Brittonic personal names
continuing the oblique (Maelgwn [*Maglocun- next to Meilyg from nom.
*Maglocu:], Gwythur [Latin oblique *Uicto:r-; unless this is from nom.
Uicto:rius], perhaps many of the names terminating in -ri [-rig-
"king"]); if Neo-Brittonic *Ankou was death personified, I don't see
why couldn't have an oblique here as well.
> But then again: the English grammar may be deceiving here because
> "from the dead", although being a singular formally, has to my mind a
> very pluralish notion about it.
- Chris Gwinn