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O I U

O I U
 
Name of God, represented by /l, the root and origin of
all speech. 1 The Bards call this a Cymric word.

" The three first words of the Cymraeg, the Name of God, that
is, o. i. u. ; the name of the sun, perception and sensation, that is,
SULW, BO, others say BYW." S

SULW, according to the primitive system of letters, would
be written sol, which is still the Latin name for the sun.
In like manner Bo would undoubtedly be the original
form of BYW, living, the modifications y and w not being
then in use.
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