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Skrifenn Hwetek Kernewek Jynn-amontya 4 - Writing 16 - Computer Cornish 4

Jun 5, 2010

Piw a bren an arghans? - Who buys the money
Piw a garas an jynn-diwros na? Who loved that bicycle
Yw an arghans byghan? - Is the money small?
Yw an korev kottha? - Is the beer older
A nyns yw an pasti koth? - Isn't the pasty old?
Yw an pasti an toemma? Is the pasty the warmest?
A welas ev peswar myrgh koth? Did he see four old horses?
A ny bren hi chi an yeynna. Didn't she buy the coldest house?
Ny yllsys jy gweles naw mowes brassa. You couldn't see nine larger girls.
A ny vynn hi gweles bugh gwann? Didn't she want to see a weak cow?
A wrug ev prena bewin an kottha? Did he buy the oldest beef?
A brensys jy trydhek bardhonieth gans an pasti yeyn? Did you buy thirteen poetries with the cold pasty?
My a wertha oen. I used to sell lamb
Hwi a wre diwros bras. You used to make a large bicycle.
Hwi a wrug kara seytek bugh. You did love seventeen cows.
Hwi a allas kara tas koth. You could love old father.
Ny dheberas ev ugens pasti. He didn't eat twenty pasties.
I a wel chi heb an karr. They see a house without the car
Ev a wrug margh yn kyttrin an lenta. He made a horse in the slowest bus
I a wre kara onyon war margh. They used to like onion on a horse.
I a vynn ladha mab gans arghans da. They want to kill a son with good money.
Ny bren hi karr heb chi. She doesn't buy a car without a house
Ny wren vy prena chi. I didn't used to buy a house
My a bren ow arghans. I buy my money.
Hi a brena dha hwedhel hir. She used to buy your long story
Hwi a wra prena agan pasti. You buy our pasty
My a wra gwertha dha vewin da. I sell your good beef.
Ny garen vy ow chi. I didn't used to like my house
Ty a welas hy maw yn-dann an bardhonieth. You saw her son under the poetry.
My a wel y vardhonieth yn-dann onyon an gwettha. I see his poetry under the worst onion.
Hi a vynnas gul korev yn y basti. She wanted to make beer in his pasty.
Ev a yll gweles oen gans aga fasti da. He can see lamb with their good pasty.
Ny werthes jy karr yn-dann dha oen. You didn't sell a car under your lamb.
Ny ylla ev gwertha ow horev. He wasn't used to be able to sell my beer.
An hwoer a werthas pymp karr. The sister sold five cars
An myrgh a wre gweles aval-dor le. The horse used to see a smaller potato
Yn pasti y prenewgh hwi an kyttrin. In a pasty you bought the bus.
Yn jynn-tenna y hwelsons i korev. In a tractor they saw their beer.
Ow hwoer a dheberas bewin toemm. My sister ate warm beer.
Agan den a vynn gweles chi an gwanna. Our man wants to see the weakest house.
Ny gar an margh bugh skav. The horse doesn't like a fast cow.
An karr hag a brensys jy. The car that you bought
An gwin na wela hi. The wine she didn't used to see.

Skrifenn Trydhek - Kernewek Jynn-Amontya 3 - Writing Thirteen - Computer Cornish 3

May 6, 2010

Here's some more computer generated Cornish phrases:

Piw a wela an karr? - Who used to see the car?
Piw a garas an lyver ma? - Who liked this book?
Yw an mamm skav? - Is the mother fast?
Yw an korev le? - Is the beer smaller?
A nyns yw an oen toemm? - Isn't the lamb warm?
Yw an chi an nowyttha? - Is the house the newest?
A brenowgh hwi kig mogh drog? Do you buy bad pork?
A ny brenewgh hwi arghans an lyha. Didn't you used to buy the smallest money?
Ny allsyn ni gul seyth chi le. We couldn't make seven smaller houses.
A ny yllons i prena arghans drog? Don't they buy bad money?
A vynnsyn ni gweles margh an berra? Didn't we see the shortest horse?
A wrussys jy trydhek kyttrin heb an margh hir? Did you make thirteen buses without the long horse?
Ni a wela tri karr. We used to see three cars.
Ty a wel arghans da. You see good money.
Hwi a vynnas dybri oen. You wanted to eat lamb.
Ev a ylla prena bewin yr. He used to be able to buy fresh beef.
Ny gara ev kig yar. He didn't used to like chicken
Ni a gara kig yar gans an aval-dor. We used to like chicken with the potato.
I a lywa jynn-tenna war karr an lenta. They used to drive a tractor on the slowest car.
Ni a yll ladha benyn war den. We can kill a woman on a man
Ni a allas marghogeth margh yn gerlyver koth. We could ride a horse in the old dictionary.
Ny brena ev bugh heb diwros. He didn't used to buy a cow without a bicycle.
Ny vynnens i kara margh. They didn't used to want to like a horse.
Hi a welas ow fasti. She saw my pasty.
Hi a wre ow bardhonieth nowydh. She used to make my new poetry
I a wrug gweles y dhiwros. They saw his bicycle.
Hwi a yll kara agan chi krev. You can like our strong house.
Ny brensyn ni agan jynn-tenna. We didn't buy our tractor.
Ev a brenas y basti war an pasti. He bought his pasty on the pasty.
Hi a werthas aga arghans heb pasti an gwella. She sold their money without the best pasty.
Ty a wra gweles chi heb agas chi. You can see a house without your house.
Hwi a ylla kara arghans yn-dann agan jynn-tenna koth. You used to be able to like money under our old tractor.
Ny welav vy korev yn-dann ow aval-dor. I don't see beer under my potato.
Ny ylla hi gwertha agan chi. She didn't used to sell our house.
An benyn a brena onyon. The woman who used to buy onion.
An bugh a allas kara arghans gwell. The cow who could like better money.
Yn lyver y karen vy an ervin. In a book I used to love the turnip
Yn jynn-tenna y eva hi gwin. In a tractor she used to drink wine.
Agas margh a ladha kath drog. Your horse used to kill a bad cat
Agas hogh a wra ladha tas an gwettha. Your pig kills the worst father.
Ny welas an mowes pasti byghan. The girl didn't see the small pasty
An kath hag a ladha ev. The cat that he used to kill.
An korev na brensyn ni. The beer that we didn't buy

Skrifenn Unnek - Kernewek Jynn-Amontya 2 - Writing Eleven - Computer Cornish 2

May 2, 2010

Piw a bren an jynn-tenna? - Who buys the tractor?
Piw a wela an pasti ma? - Who used to see this pasty?
Yw an kyttrin byghan? - Is the bus small?
Yw an jynn-tenna brassa? - Is the tractor larger?
A nyns yw an diwros berr? Isn't the bicycle short?
Yw an lyver an lyha? Is the book the smallest?
A wertha ev onyon yr? Did he used to sell fresh onion?
A ny brenes jy pasti an lyha. Didn't you used to buy the smallest pasty?
Ny wra hi gwertha kig mogh kottha. She does not sell older pork.
A ny yllowgh hwi gweles myrgh krev? Can't you see a strong daughter?
A allas hi gul chi an toemma? Could she make the warmer house?
A brenas ev gwin y'n chi byghan? Did he buy wine in the small house?
Ty a gar dewdhek karr. You love twelve cars.
Ev a wela benyn gwann. He used to see a weak woman.
Ev a allas kara pympthek maw. He could love fifteen boys.
Hi a allas dybri ervin yr. She could eat fresh turnip.
Ny ladh ev hwetek bugh. He doesn't kill sixteen cows.
Ev a wela pasti y'n hwedhel. He used to see a pasty in the story.
I a dheberas aval-dor heb hwedhel an hirra. They ate potato without the longest story.
Ni a wrug kara chi war chi. We loved house on house.
My a yll gwertha chi gans diwros koth. I can sell a house with an old bicycle.
Ny brena ev hwedhel yn-dann karr. He didn't used to buy a story under a car.
Ny allas ev kara margh. He couldn't love a horse.
Hwi a gara agas mowes. You used to love your girl.
My a welas hy horev byghan. I saw her small beer.
Ni a ylla kara dha ji. We used to be able to love your house.
I a ylla gweles agas arghans da. They used to be able to see your good money
Ny welas ev dha gath. He didn't see your cat.
Ty a wela dha ervin y'n pasti. You used to see your turnip in the pasty.
I a brena aga bugh yn-dann gerlyver an kottha. They used to buy their cow under the oldest dictionary.
My a ylla prena gwin war y hogh. I used to be able to buy wine on his pig.
My a wrug gwertha pasti heb aga horev yr. I sold a pasty without their fresh beer.
Ny werthsowgh hwi arghans heb agas gwin. You didn't sell money without your wine.
Ny yll hi dybri y aval-dor. She couldn't eat his potato.
An myrgh a brenas nownsek bugh. The daughter bought nineteen cows.
An mab a allas gwertha bardhonieth hirra. The son could sell longer poetry.
War chi y prenas hi an chi. On a house she bought the house.
Gans karr y karons i pympthek bardhonieth. With a car they love fifteen poems.
Dha vaw a gara den drog. Your boy used to like a bad man.
Agan margh a vynn kara chi an toemma. Our horse wants to love the warmest house.
Ny eva an bugh chi da. The cow doesn't drink a good house.
An korev hag a gerydh jy. The beer that you love.
An korev na welen vy. The beer that I didn't used to see.

Skrifenn Naw - Kernewek Jynn-Amontya 1 - Writing Nine - Computer Cornish 1

Apr 27, 2010

I've written a computer program to construct Cornish sentences. Before you ask, it is ethically aware: people cannot be bought, sold or eaten...

Here's a sample output showing a number of different sentence structures:

Piw a ladhas an tas? - Who killed the father?

Piw a welas an diwros na? - Who saw that bicycle?

Yw an chi drog? - Is the house bad?

Yw an pasti kottha? - Is the pasty oldest?

A nyns yw an chi yeyn? - Isn't the house cold?

Yw an lyver an kottha? - Is the book the oldest?

A garas ev onan myrgh drog? - Doesn't he like one bad horse?

A ny brensys jy chi an nowyttha. Didn't they buy the newest house?

Ny wrewgh hwi ladha deg broder kottha. - You didn't kill ten older brothers.

A ny vynnons i gweles diwros drog? - Didn't they see the a bad bicycle?

A vynnsys jy gul gwin an yeynna? - Did you make the coldest wine?

A welons i gwin gans an diwros nowydh? - Did they see wine with the new bicycle?

I a wra gwin. - They make wine.

I a bren pasti bras. - They buy a big pasty.

Ni a wre gweles etek hwoer. - We used to see eighteen sisters.

I a yll gwertha kath berr. - They can sell a short cat.

Ny gar hi seytek hwedhel. - She doesn't like seventeen stories.

Ty a brena pasti yn-dann an karr. - You used to buy a pasty under the car.

Ev a bren gwin war gwin an kottha. - He buys wine on the oldest wine.

Ni a wra ladha ki war ervin. - We kill a dog on turnip.

Hwi a vynna kara bugh war chi nowydh. You used to want to like a cow on the new house.

Ny werthydh jy kath yn-dann kyttrin. You don't sell a cat under a bus.

Ny yllons i prena gerlyver. - They can't buy a dictionary.

Ni a bren hy arghans. - We buy her money.

Hi a wela hy hath lent. - She used to see her slow cat.

Ty a wre gwertha agan jynn-tenna. - You used to sell our tractor.

Ni a vynn prena hy chi berr. - We want to buy her short house.

Ny wredh jy aga arghans. You don't make their money.

Ni a wre aga chi heb an ki. We used to make their house without the dog.

Hwi a brenas dha ji heb myrgh an berra. You bought your house without the shortest horse.

Hwi a allas dybri pasti yn-dann agas hogh. You can eat a pasty under your pig.

Ni a vynn kara kath gans y gi drog. We want to like a cat with his bad dog.

Ny garons i chi gans ow horev. - They don't like a house with my beer.

Ny vynnsons i prena ow fasti. They don't buy my pasty.

An kath a wela arghans. - The cat used to see money

An broder a vynnas kara karr nowyttha. - The brother wanted to love a newer car.

War diwros y pren ev an bugh. On a bicycle he buys a cow.

Yn-dann aval-dor y hwerthas ev arghans. Under potato he sold money.

Hy hogh a garas broder berr. - Her pig liked a short brother.

Hy bugh a ylla kara lyver an nowyttha. - Her cow use to be able to like the newest book.

Ny garas an margh karr byghan. The horse didn't like a small car.

An chi hag a welis vy. - The house that I saw.

An den na ladhens i. - The man they didn't kill.

Skrifenn Seyth - Writing Seven

Apr 25, 2010



In response to something I mentioned in a comment to the last post, about names starting with Bos- (or it's alternative forms Bod-, Bot- and Boj-) here's a couple of plots showing the relative and absolute numbers of Bos placenames. For some reason Bos placenames seem overwhelmingly favoured in West Penwith, although there's a second concentration further East.

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