SR - Late Entry
sirlyonel at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 6 13:34:53 PDT 1999
Master Daniel explains:
>No Principality of Lyonesse, or House, or any other unmodified form,
>Similarly, Cibola was nominated, but it was eliminated for the same
>problem: it was a fabled land (somewhat more real than Lyonesse,
>though) and had its own entry. Nueva Cibola did make it onto the
>ballot -- "New Cibola". Because of the adjective, it's not a
>conflict. If someone knows what language "Lyonesse" might be
>compatible with -- French, I suppose? -- you could similarly add a
>translated version "New". ("Nouveau Lyonesse", maybe? Is Lyonesse
>masculine or feminine, and does the adjective change?) With English
>references to it, I'd bet plain "New" would work.
It seems a bit late for this, but Lyonesse is a feminine construction, so
the proper French form would be "la Nouvelle Lyonesse."
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Sir Lyonel Oliver Grace
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