- Will do. Frankly, the exercise was of interest mostly in seeing how many of the words I already had in the Lexicon. I was quite surprised that I hadn't yet recorded basic words like "acoua". On the other hand, some new discoveries, like Reoa and geoelems are real gems. I don't really buy that one can meaningfully place a date for relationship / split between two languages using such lists.
- Strictly speaking, shouldn't Kerno just be a dialect of Brithenig *there*? *Here*, Cornish was more or less a Welsh dialect, similar to Old South Welsh. Or is there another reason for it to be classed as a separate language *there*?--Sikulu 01:32, 24 November 2006 (PST)
- I don't know. The fact is, they aren't. They're certainly related, daughters of the same proto language, but why should K be a dialect of B? Elemtilas 14:32, 24 November 2006 (PST)
- Mind you, it has not stopped a certain sort of person from looking at Kerno and at least thinking to himself "broken Brithenig"! Elemtilas 19:20, 21 August 2007 (PDT)
Gaelic Typefaces in IB
\In halfway-improving support for the Bunchló font on this webpage, I realized the relative lack of Gaelic/Uncial typefaces in the rest of IB. If Kerno, a Romance language, uses a Gaelic script, then might other Britanno-Romance and indeed Celtic languages also use Gaelic scripts? It appears that, at least according to this article, Kerno uses such a script but Brithenig does not. I imagine that it would be very likely that Gaeilg would use this script at least on occasion, and that maybe it would be a national script of Ireland. What do you guys think? Was this decided before? --Gwaell 16:02, 4 April 2021 (PDT)