Translation for 'Cornish' from English to Russian
SYNO Cornish | Cornish fowl
корнский язык {м}
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Translation for 'Cornish' from English to Russian

корнский язык {м}линг.
Usage Examples English
  • The Manx Nobby is similar to the cornish luggers.
  • Offshore is a rocky outcrop known as Gulland, possibly derived from the cornish word "goelann" meaning gull.
  • Deacon is a fluent Cornish language speaker, and represents the Institute of Cornish Studies on the Cornish Language Partnership.
  • "Black and Gold" (Cornish Du ha'n Owr) is a Cornish folk song. A version is found on Esme Francis' Cornish songs collection "Kernow".
  • John Angarrack is a Cornish nationalist who campaigns for greater recognition of Cornish identity and is a self-published author on Cornish affairs.

  • He also re-opened the Lead Mines in the village under the superintendence of Mr Vircoe, a cornish mining engineer.
  • In particular, Cornwall's inclusion in the region is disputed by Cornish nationalists.
  • The following diphthongs are used in the Standard Written Form of Cornish. Each diphthong is given with its "Revived Middle Cornish" (RMC) and "Revived Late Cornish" (RLC) pronunciation.
  • The present structure is squarish with a dome and a slightly curved cornish.
  • Cornish was born on October 8, 1854 in Winslow, Maine to Colby Coombs Cornish and Pauline Bailey (Simpson) Cornish.

  • This table compares the spelling of some Cornish words in different orthographies (Unified Cornish, Unified Cornish Revised, Kernewek Kemmyn, Revived Late Cornish, the Standard Written Form, and Kernowek Standard).
  • Recipients of the Honour of Wallingford include Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of Cornwall, who was given it together with Cornwall by Edward II in 1307 (see Materials in cornish law).
  • Both the Tehidy Brook and the Red River are home to Brown Trout, DNA analysis of these fish shows that they are distinct from those in other cornish rivers and are more pollution tolerant.
  • "Cornish Review" was followed by "Cornish Scene", an A5 black & white quarterly, which covered Cornish history, as well as other topics including the arts. It ran from 1972 until the mid-1980s.
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