I do not see any evidence that warrents your conclusions. I think your very good at gathering, but not at interpreting.
You are at odds. The theory you put forward is untrue. There is no evidence to support it. Nothing is in you posts which might support such a conclusion. Anyone who wishes to entertain it might, as with any simular imagining.
I have made no interpretations regarding the studies in the fields relative to this subject. I have only quoted from those much better qualified than you or I. If this is bomblast- words without meaning- perhaps the compliers of the Anglo-Saxon Charters, Mr. Bosworth, Mr. Toller, Mr. Sweet, Mr. Reaney, Mr. Wilson and 99% of the others both in Great Britain and abroad are in error. If this be so, then where is one piece of evidence that Hammett as a word is not English? A better case was made for a Norman origin.
That Cornwall was totally under English control for centurys before the conquest has been well documented. You might look up the name Ine, Egbert, Alfred and his grandson Athelstan. It was the latter who finally totally subdued those in the West of Cornwall. You might study the history.
Without evidence to contridict all that is before you then you conclusions must be viewed as blarney. I am sure you have no trouble with this particular word.
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