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Postby Rhakios » Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:27 am

Except of course that Walsall is defined in my Dictionary of English Place-Names thus:

Walsall W. Mids. Waleshale 1163. 'Nook
of land or valley of a man called Walh'.
OE pers. name + halh. Alternatively
the first element could be OE walh

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Postby TheDoctor » Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:32 am

wyliecoyoteuk wrote:By the way when I said " french basque" I should have said Breton

I thought maybe you'd meant that. And I seemed to have read a comma between "French" and "Basque", which I now see isn't there. Must have been the spots in front of my eyes from standing in the sun too long. :)
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Postby 1slipperyfish » Sun Aug 06, 2006 10:11 am

yeah get your facts right, you were on about a foreign corset :D
i am a follower of the culture

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Postby emyr42 » Sun Aug 06, 2006 10:38 am

wyliecoyoteuk wrote:By the way when I said " french basque" I should have said Breton, a languge still spoken in Britanny., which is similar to welsh and cornish apparently.

Yes, and as a welsh speaker, I can say it's very confusing to listed to, as you keep noticing words you recognise, but don't quite understand the sentence as a whole.

Welsh has evolved a lot since it and Breton were "compatible", due to the larger number of people who talked welsh over the centuries.
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