#1
As the title says
Does any one know what special is in Cornish??
I want to know for part of a tattoo disign and I want to be sure before inking onto my body forever.
#4
Random question, but does anyone know of Google in Cornish?
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#6
Are corn evolving?

I told you GM food would be bad! But you wouldn't listen!
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#7
Tetten
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#9
Sure, they create a gas alternative, and some cereal and suddenly corn thinks it can have it's own language?
#10
Cornwall doesn't have its own language.. I've been there several times.
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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It's "faule schlampe".
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#14
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hah, pics or didn't happen!

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#15
ooh argh that be real special be
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#16
Quote by el-ECTRO
Cornwall doesn't have its own language.. I've been there several times.


I believe they do, because they are wierd. It's more or less Celtic, I think.
#17
it doesnt have its on language ... its just a town in england ...
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#18
Quote by urbanfox
I believe they do, because they are wierd. It's more or less Celtic, I think.


Well then its not 'cornish', its 'celtic' and its an old language that they do not use any more.
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#19
I live in cornwall and we do have our own language, we just don't use it.
Last edited by Baseball cap at Mar 20, 2009,
#20
Quote by el-ECTRO
Well then its not 'cornish', its 'celtic' and its an old language that they do not use any more.


It's not Celtic, cos it's different, but it's based on it or something like that.

*runs off to Wikipedia*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornish_Language


Edit:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornish_Language#Common_phrases

It looks like Welsh - A distinct lack of vowels in it
Last edited by urbanfox at Mar 20, 2009,
#21
Quote by Baseball cap
I live in cornwall I we do have our own language, we just don't us it.


Ahh.. I thought I'd never heard it used I'd been there a lot over the years and never heard anyone speaking a different olanguage.
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#22
Quote by urbanfox
It's not Celtic, cos it's different, but it's based on it or something like that.

*runs off to Wikipedia*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornish_Language


Edit:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornish_Language#Common_phrases

It looks like Welsh - A distinct lack of vowels in it

Welsh has vowels? WTF?

And, to quote someone from further up, "Ooh Arr Special"

Also TS, are you sure you want to be branded as "Special" for the rest of your life?
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#23
I know, I speak cornish...lived there when I was younger, and my grandparents taught me it, so i speak it pretty fluently, and can read/write it too.

'Special' in Cornish, is 'gweythva' - can also mean 'important' too.

Can we have a picture when its all done?
Last edited by Mazzakazza at Mar 20, 2009,
#24
Kernow - Cornish for Cornish
Granfer - Cornish for granddad(I know this because my granddad insisted I call him this.)

Thats all the Cornish I know.
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#25
Quote by urbanfox
It's not Celtic, cos it's different, but it's based on it or something like that.

It is Celtic. Of the Brythonic branch along with Welsh and Breton.