This is a work in progress. Since it seems to be Cornish Week, might as well have all the links at hand.
Dictionaries and translation tools
- Cornish dictionary online lookup / gerlyver kernewek with the unfortunate name of MAGA, English word list. Cornish word list.
- How to swear in Cornish (including Middle Cornish). Audio course – (modern Cornish)
- The Cornish Language (cornwall.gov.uk) links to Cornish Language Office
- The Cornish Language/Links (cornwall.gov.uk) external resources
Dictionaries and glossaries
- Bock, et al, “An English – Cornish Glossary in the Standard Written Form”, 2010. (PDF) “under construction”: English-Cornish dictionary [PDF]
- Jago, An English-Cornish dictionary, 1887. (archive.org)
- Lhuyd, Geirlyer Kyrnẁeig or Llanstephan MS 84, 1702. A Cornish glossary with corresponding meanings in English, “one of the few studies of the language that were undertaken while it was still a living language”. The National Library of Wales.
- Pryce, Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica; Or, An Essay to Preserve the Ancient Cornish Language, with mining and place names, 1790. According to Jago, also contains the Lord’s Prayer, the Creed, and the Ten Commandments, proverbs, mottoes, rhymes, songs, marriage certificate, advice to drunkards, etc. Google free E-book. Archive.org. Hathi Trust.
- Williams, Lexicon Cornu-britannicum: A Dictionary of the Ancient Celtic Language of Cornwall, 1865. With synonyms in “Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, And Manx. Google free e-book. Archive.org.
- Zeuss, Johann Kaspar, Grammatica celtica, Volume 2, 1853. Cornish-Latin glossary from a 12th century manuscript. Google free E-books. Archive.org.
- Jenner, Henry, A Handbook of the Cornish Language: Chiefly in Its Latest Stages, with Some Account of its History and Literature, 1907. Google free E-books. Archive.org.
- Norris, Edwin, Sketch of Cornish Grammar, 1859. Archive.org. Ancient Cornish Drama, the Cornish language manuscript from the Middle Ages known as the ‘three plays of the Ordinalia’ has a grammar section in the second volume of the 2-volume set (Vol.1 ) (Vol.2)
- BBC Cornwall, Simple Cornish phrases. Twelve lessons, everyday situations. 2014.
- “The female saints of Cornwall, Sarah Fish, University of Wales – Trinity St David (PDF) (Download PDF)
- “Beunans Meriasek (The Life Of St Meriasek)“, (NLW MS Peniarth 105) a drama in Middle Cornish based on the life of Meriadoc, the saint from Brittany, 1504. National Library of Wales; The life of Saint Meriasek, bishop and confessor : a cornish drama by Stokes, Whitley, 1872.
- “Beunans Ke (The Life Of St Ke)“, sixteenth-century copy in Middle Cornish of a drama based on the life of Saint Ke or Kea with stage directions in Latin (NLW MS 23849D). National Library of Wales.
- List of Cornish saints https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cornish_saints
- Cornwall – Land of Saints, Cornwall guide, list.
- Cornish Saints, The Arthurian center
- Women Saints of Cornwall, Part 1, Orthodox Christianity, pix and dates.
- Celtic and Old English Saints – 2018. Calendars by month
- “St Ia of St Ives: a Byzantine saint in early medieval Cornwall?” blog with pics and maps
- Dictionary of Celtic Saints, Elizabeth Rees, 2012. Celtic Sites and Their Saints: A Guidebook, Elizabeth Rees, 2003. Gbooks.
- “The patron of Sennon (Cornwall) often asserted to be Senan of Scattery, seems instead to have been a Cornish woman saint, called Sanctae Sennanae in the Poll-tax rolls of 1377″, The Oxford Dictionary of Saints, Fifth Edition Revised, David Hugh Farmer, p.393.
- G.H. Doble, (26 November 1880 – 15 April 1945), The saints of Cornwall, 1960. Gilbert Hunter Doble, collection of forty-eight booklets known as the “Cornish Saints Series”, 1923-1945, after 1926 with historical commentaries by Charles Henderson, republished without commentaries in 5 vol and single volume. partial list The Medieval Cult of St Petroc, Karen Jankulak https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_Hunter_Doble List of saints by district.
- Orme, Nicolas, Saints of Cornwall, Oxford University Press, 2000. considered the authoritative source
Composers and musicians
- Gwenno Saunders on English Wikipedia, kw.wiki=red link Grunaid: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/mar/13/gwenno-saunders-le-kov-cornish-language-psych-pop-cornwall Eus keus?/Is there cheese? video
- Judith Margaret Bailey en.wiki (stub) kw.wiki-no , The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers, ed. Julie Anne Sadie, Rhian Samuel. International Who’s who in Music and Musicians’ Directory: (in the Classical and Light classical field), ed. David M. Cummings.
- Missa Sancte Endeliente, written for the 1980 St Endellion Festival by Diana Burrell using Cornish and Latin texts
- Cornish Wikipedia
- Wiktionary -said to be heavily vandalized and not reliable
- Wikiquote Closed in 2008, see discussion.
- Yarg cheese with nettles