05 April 2011

D is for

I am finding this A-Z challenge very interesting.. which is the word for today

The cornish translation of interesting is didheurek, while the Welsh equivalent is diddorol

Someone described Cornish to me as the Welsh language spoken with a west county accent and so far there appears to be some common roots between the two languages. Not a great surprise as the celtic languages will have roots in common, but it is interesting to see how it develops in the future.



3 comments:

Bernard said...

How 'interesting'.

Taryn Tyler said...

So you have two 'D's. the Cornish and the Welsh!

Sherri said...

'D' is for interesting. I will remember that. I like your spin on the A-Z challenge!