|Author:||Anneza (Authenticated as Anneza)|
|Date:||April 23, 2007 at 10:49:12 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: Segolene by Cleveland Kent Evans|
So it would hinge on when the name was first used by speakers of what is now French ... and it's unlikely we'll ever know. Ca va.
I'm delighted to know about the s-z substitutions in LASpanish! Could that be an explanation for some odd-looking plural forms that I've been seeing, admittedly on TV adverts and music videos (ah, the joys of teenage children!) - can't think of a genuine one off-hand, but something like turnipz, although the sound would be an s, not a z. Cabbagez I can see, turnipz I can't! Or it might just be boring old creativity again ...
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