Desky Kernowek 1

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Desky Kernowek 1
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Desky Kerowek Cornish vocab
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  1. myternes (f), -ow
    queen
  2. ger, -yow
    word
  3. gwel, -yow
    field
  4. Sows, -on
    Englishman
  5. Kelt, -yon
    Celt
  6. cath (f), -as
    cat
  7. yewgen (f), -as
    ferret
  8. golvan, -as
    sparrow
  9. mytern, -eth
    king
  10. gwely, -iow
    bed
  11. goly, -iow
    wound
  12. marhak, -ogyon
    horseman
  13. bohosak, -ogyon
    poor man
  14. medhek, -ygyon
    doctor, physician
  15. gowek, -ygyon
    liar
  16. helhor, -yon
    hunter
  17. redyor, -yon
    reader
  18. robbyor, -yon
    robber
  19. lêder, -s
    leader
  20. marner, -s
    mariner
  21. doctour, -s
    learned man
  22. brybour, -s
    vagabond
  23. men, meyn
    stone
  24. an veyn
    the stones
  25. alargh, elergh
    swan
  26. davas, (f) deves
    sheep
  27. managh, menegh
    monk
  28. gavar (f), gever/gyfras
    goat
  29. mab, mebyon
    son
  30. car, kerens
    relative (pl. = relatives, parents)
  31. carr, kerry
    car
  32. marchont, -ns
    merchant
  33. cothman, -s
    friend
  34. rom, rômys
    room
  35. gwëdh (col.)
    trees
  36. has (col.)
    seed
  37. scoodh (f), dywscoth
    shoulder
  38. troos, dewdros/treys
    foot
  39. chy, treven
    house
  40. maw, mebyon/coscar
    boy
  41. tra, taclow
    thing
  42. dorn, dewla
    fist
  43. leuv (f), dywla
    hand
  44. margh, mergh
    horse
  45. an vergh
    the horses
  46. del/delyow
    leaves
  47. garr (f), dywarr
    leg
  48. dëdh, yow
    day
  49. dyowl, dewolow
    devil
  50. an dhewolow
    the devils
  51. an tasow
    the fathers
  52. clâv, clevyon
    invalid, sick person
  53. bohosak, -ogyon
    poor person
  54. bara
    bread
  55. benyn (f), benenes
    woman
  56. bord, -ys
    table
  57. buwgh (f), buhas
    cow
  58. carow, kyrwas
    stag
  59. coos, cosow
    wood, forest
  60. escar, eskerens
    enemy
  61. flogh, flehes
    child
  62. gwels
    grass
  63. gwin
    wine
  64. in dànL
    under
  65. ky, keun
    dog
  66. meneth, menydhyow
    mountain
  67. mona
    money
  68. mowes (f), -ysy
    girl
  69. nos (f), -ow
    night
  70. Pow an Sowson
    England
  71. Sows, -on
    Englishman
  72. tarow, terewy
    bull
  73. wàrL
  74. meur
    great
  75. brâs
    large, big
  76. bian
    small
  77. coth
    old
  78. yonk
    young
  79. nowyth
    new
  80. pell
    far, long
  81. hir
    long
  82. ogas
    near
  83. ogas dheL
    near to
  84. cot
    short
  85. drog
    bad
  86. dâ
    good
  87. uhel [ˈjuəl]
    high
  88. isel
    low
  89. ker
    pretty, beautiful
  90. wheg
    sweet, dear (in letter writing)
  91. wherow
    bitter
  92. du
    zwart
  93. gwydn
    white
  94. gwer
    green
  95. glas/blou
    blue
  96. melen
    yellow
  97. rudh
    red
  98. gell
    (light) brown
  99. loos
    grey, old
  100. tewl
    dark
  101. spladn
    bright, apparent
  102. cler
    clear
  103. munys
    tiny
  104. parys
    ready
  105. terrys
    broken
  106. trogh
    cut, blemished
  107. peryllys
    dangerous
  108. saw
    safe, sound
  109. yagh
    healthy
  110. clâv (h.g.)
    sick
  111. yeyn
    cold
  112. yeyn
    cold
  113. tobm
    hot
  114. smoth
    smooth
  115. garow
    rough, harsh
  116. cortes
    polite
  117. dyscortes
    rude
  118. uskys
    quick
  119. scav
    quick, light (of weight)
  120. lent
    slow
  121. poos
    heavy, serious, fetid
  122. cosel
    quiet
  123. medhel
    soft
  124. cales
    hard
  125. tanow
    thin, few
  126. tew
    fat, thick
  127. crev
    strong
  128. gwadn
    weak
  129. skentyl
    intelligent
  130. fur
    wise
  131. gocky
    foolish
  132. dydhan
    entertaining, amusing
  133. diek
    lazy
  134. dywysyk
    industrious, hardworking
  135. down
    deep
  136. bas
    shallow
  137. coynt
    odd, wily
  138. stranj
    strange
  139. clor
    mild
  140. gwyls
    wild
  141. dov
    tame
  142. glân
    clean
  143. plos
    dirty
  144. bohosak (h.g.)
    poor
  145. rych
    rich
  146. rônd
    round
  147. scant
    scarce
  148. sëgh
    dry
  149. glëb
    wet
  150. gwag
    empty, hungry
  151. leun
    full
  152. âls (f), yow
    cliff, shore
  153. best, -as
    animal
  154. cloud, -ys
    cloud
  155. dowr, -ow
    water, river
  156. dres
    across
  157. ebron (f)
    sky
  158. eglos (f), -yow
    church
  159. ena
    there
  160. fresk
    fresh
  161. lowarth, -yow
    garden
  162. lowr
    enough
  163. lowr aL
    enough of, a number of
  164. meur aL
  165. obma
    here
  166. pons, -ow
    bridge
  167. pow, -yow
    country
  168. ryb
    beside, near
  169. saw, bes, mes
    but
  170. tavern, -yow
    tavern, pub
  171. warbarth
    together

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