The Vocabularium Cornicum: a Cornish vocabulary?

@inproceedings{Mills2013TheVC,
  title={The Vocabularium Cornicum: a Cornish vocabulary?},
  author={Jon Mills},
  year={2013}
}
The Vocabularium Cornicum is a multilingual glossary that has since the eighteenth century been regarded as a Latin-Cornish glossary.It is shown here that this glossary is in fact multilingual and includes not only Cornish glosses but also Old Welsh, Old Breton, Old Norman French and Old English glosses.This is corroborated by what is known regarding the historical development of glossography. The Old Welsh and Old Breton glosses are identifiable from their phonological features. The Old Norman… 
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