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3 Vowels (Barddas)

3 Vowels (Barddas)
 
O I V
O I W
 

When the system of letters was improved in respect of number and pronunciation, was employed where there could be no proper vocalization of , and Ll as producing L, or as producing ; and by observing kind and quality, one could well perceive the priority of Ll, that is, , inasmuch as that letter is the root, and a primary word, which cannot be the case with , according to the fixedness given to the Cymraeg by wise and clear sighted teachers. And where the Cymraeg stands on the eighteen, the three vocal letters OIV, written variously by some thus , were fixedly and authoritatively arranged; and, without the violation of secrecy, there cannot be another system arising from the improvement of the three letters, and their accent and meaning.

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