Studhyansow Kernowek

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Ottomma rol a skrifow ow tochya an yeth Kernewek: lyvrow gramasek/yethonieth, steusow rag tus ow tyski an taves, gerlyvrow, ha studhyansow kemmyskys. (Nyns yw an rol ma kowal, mes leun lowr yw.) Gwelewgh Lyenn Kernewek rag rol a tekstow gwruthys y'n taves, ha Skriforyon yn Kernewek rag rol a dus ow skrifa ynno.

Yethonieth[chanjya | pennfenten]

Lyvrow gramasek[chanjya | pennfenten]

Lyvrow steusow[chanjya | pennfenten]

Gerlyvrow[chanjya | pennfenten]

Studhyansow lyenn[chanjya | pennfenten]

  • Brian Murdoch, Cornish Literature, 1993, D.S. Brewer, Cambridge. ISBN 0859913643
  • William Scawen, "Observations on an ancient manuscript, entitled, passio Christi, Written in the Cornish language, and now preserved in the Bodleian Library. With an account of the language, manners, and customs of the people of Cornwall" (17ves kansblydhen), dornskrif yn lyverva Thomas Astle, esq.
  • Lauran Toorians, The Middle Cornish Charter Endorsement: the making of a marriage in medieval Cornwall (1991), Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck. ISBN 3851246225

Lyvrow-termyn[chanjya | pennfenten]

  • Revue Celtique.
  • Gregory Payton (pennskrifer), Cornish Studies (1973– ), Gwask Pennskol Karesk/Institute of Cornish Studies. ISSN 1252-271X

Henwyn[chanjya | pennfenten]

Istori an yeth[chanjya | pennfenten]

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