S. cýron n. “new-moon” (Category: Moon)
A word appearing in notes from the late 1960s glossed “new-moon” and derived from primitive ✶keu̯rānā (VT48/7), where the ancient diphthong eu became ȳ in the initial syllable, while in the final syllable first ā became au and then au become o as usual in polysyllables, the last development made clear by the archaic form †cýrawn. As such, this word is basically a combination of S. cýr “renewed” and the suffixal form -ron of S. Raun “Moon”.
Reference ✧ VT48/7 ✧ “new-moon”
|cŷr||“renewed”||✧ VT48/7 (cýr)|
|#Raun||“Moon”||✧ VT48/7 (#rawn)|
|✶keu̯rānă > cýrawn > cýron||[keurānā] > [keurāna] > [kiurāna] > [kiurǭna] > [kȳrǭna] > [kȳrauna] > [kȳraun] > [kȳron]||✧ VT48/7|