Re: Real language questions
|From:||Roger Mills <romilly@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, October 9, 2001, 4:03|
Tom Wier wrote:
>Quoting Adam Walker <dreamertwo@...>:
>> >From: Roger Mills <romilly@...>
>> >Still survives in poetry (sometimes) and a few more or less commonly
>> used forms-- learned (see above!), beloved, accursed.
>> Also blessed and hallowed.
>Do you really say ['hælow@d]?
Can't speak for Adam; but I do, always but only in the Lord's Prayer. The
way I learned it, years ago. Perhaps it's part of the Episcopalian/Anglican
tradition. Note that the popular sung version, heard not too long ago, has
"hallowèd" too. The word is not otherwise alive in my vocabulary.