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14:59 Feb 15, 2006
English to Cornish translations [Non-PRO]
Slang / cornish speak
English term or phrase: thank you
a form of greeting
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5DurdaladawhyJarvis L Howell


  

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Durdaladawhy


Explanation:
There are several answers to this question depending of course on several factors. The first being formallity of the situation. Second the dialect needs to be taken into account. And lastly the historical context needs to be considered as well as Cornish is mostly a language that was spoken in the past. That being said:
Cornish [middle/unified] (Great Britain) Dew re-dallo dheugh-why
Cornish [middle/unified] (Great Britain) Durdala dywy
Cornish [modern] (Great Britain) (most common) Durdaladawhy
Cornish [modern] (Great Britain) Gwra'massi
Cornish [modern] (Great Brit.) [very much] Merastawhy
Cornish [Kemmyn] (dialect) (Great Britain) Meur ras
Cornish (Great Britain) Meur ras dhis

Jarvis L Howell
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