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Ray Brown wrote

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>> Then in certain contexts, the "p" mutates to "b".
>> Since the "p" is at the beginning of the word, it is
>> called "initial consonant mutation".
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> Yep - after the particle 'a' (even if omitted in speech) soft mutation
> takes place, so
> Prynodd Huw ~ Huw (a) brynodd
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My book (Catchphrase, by Cennard Davies, also a BBC series, I believe),
also has 'Fe brynodd Huw', which is, apparently, a spoken form, with
'fe' indicating a positive statement . You know anything about it?