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From: Mark Kermode <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sat, 12 Dec 1998 18:11:00 00.00
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Screeu Vychan ap Gwaywffonfri / Vychan ap Gwaywffonfri wrote:

> In one book i have these forms are used:
> yioym, yoghe
> in another these:
> yiowym, yowagh.
>
> The second seem easer to pronounce, which are the most common words and
> how do yuo pronounce them?

I would say that the first pair probably best represent the late form
and the second the more original form.
>
> Does Haink rhyme with english Hank, Henk or h"eye"nk?
> How is beign pronounced?
>
I know it as "henk" with a slender ending.

> gura mie mooar eu!
>
She dty vea

Mark Kermode,
Mannin.

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