Kernowek for “innovation”
The Welsh/Cornish Word “Awen”
In Cornish, it means “imagination,” “inspiration,” and “muse,” while in Welsh it means “poetic gift,” and “muse.” I came across this word in the Cornish […]
Towt Skribama’at | Prayer 1
1st Prayer To Thoth Scribe of Ma’at I call upon you Thoth, Scribe of Ma’at God of mathematics and astrology Of medicine, writing, and astronomy […]
An Vorigan Bran-Hibluvedno | Prayer 1
1st Prayer To The Morrigan The Crow-Feathered I call upon The Morrigan Great Queen, Goddess of war # The world of sleep-and-wake is a battlefield […]
Lugh Hiryleuv | Bysadow 1 | Cornish Translation
1st Bysadow Dhodho Lugh Hiryleuv Gelwelef warnas Lugh Hiryleuv Duw Howlek gansa greftow a lies testednow Pew ladhons lies envi warnedha welyow # A-dhia ymowns […]
Lyver Gwi | Cornish Neologism
Kernowek for “blog”
Is It Possible To Bring Back Pocahontas’ Language?
Silent for 200 years, it might be resurrected through the endurance of linguists.