Re: Latin vowels?

From: John Cowan (
Date: Mon Sep 09 2002 - 00:36:22 EDT

Mark Davis scripsit:


Oh yes, WYNN is a borrowing of U+16B9 used in Old English writing instead of
W (almost always replaced by W in modern transcription), so you have
that one correct.

Knowledge studies others / Wisdom is self-known;      John Cowan
Muscle masters brothers / Self-mastery is bone;
Content need never borrow / Ambition wanders blind;
Vitality cleaves to the marrow / Leaving death behind.    --Tao 33 (Bynner)

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