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Translating English words into Welsh. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the Welsh language.
It means 'I love you,' where the 'you' form refers to one person who you are on familiar terms with.
hagr: ugly hyll: ugly, hideous
Not all names used in the English-speaking world have Welsh forms. 'Clint' sounds more American than Welsh and Hacken is an English surname from Derbyshire and Nottingham.
Dwi'n dy garu di.
pont, fenêtre, chapelle(capel) . I thought the Welsh was 'fenster', but it's certainly from the same root. In Welsh the word is - ffenestr or ffenest (as the last syllable is not often pronounced now). In French 'ê' means that originally an 's' is the following letter - it comes directly...
In Irish it's "ifreann" In Welsh it's "uffern" In Scots Gaelic it's "ifrinn"
Siorts is the word. hoody is hwdi polo shirt is crys polo tee-shirt is crys ti
beh maer byd yn ticlo
Arwyddion ffordd
Balerina or dawnswraig fale.
You could say "I like my name" a few ways in Welsh: You can say it like these: Yr wyf yn hoffi fy enw Rydw i'n hoffi fy enw Dw i'n hoffi fy enw Rwy'n hoffi fy enw
"Byddaf i yn caru ti am byth" is "I will love you forever"?:)
The Welsh word for Toxic is: Gwenwynig
It can mean a kilt, a child's smock, surcoat, petticoat. A south Wales variant.
rr-yy-d-oo ee ace-ee-eye pan-ned o te
(Unintentionally) is . yn anfwriadol . yn ddifwriad . heb fwriadu (Unawares) is . yn ddiarwybod . heb yn wybod
Not the moon. You must be thinking of Dafydd Rhys Williams, the Canadian astronaut. Having learned a few words of Welsh, he did a broadcast in Welsh from orbit in 1998.
Depending on context the following words can mean 'to': i, at, hyd, er mwyn, wrth, yn.
Mae e'n bedwar oed = He is 4 years old. 'Pedwar' mutates to 'bedwar' after 'n, and there's no need to pluralise nouns after numbers in Welsh.
Adjectives are pen (head, chief, supreme) pennaf (chief, principal) prif (prime, principal, chief) Noun is pennaeth (a chief)
Diwrnod Sant Ffalant hapus! Although in Wales we celebrate St.Dwynwen's day as an equivalent .
'foam party' in welsh is 'parti ewyn'
'you are wonderful' in welsh is 'ydych yn wych'
In Welsh it's Julia In Scots Gaelic it's Iulia In Irish it's Iúilia / Síle
Sut wyt ti heddiw? Where sut wyt ti means how are you and heddiw means today.
Some I know of; Welsh - Ffenestr French - fenêtre Welsh - Eglwys French - Eglise Welsh - Capel French - Chapelle
In Welsh it's: brîd (noun) / bridio (verb) In Scots Gaelic it's: sìol (noun) / briod (verb) In Irish it's: pór (noun) / póraigh (verb)
Hoffwn i brynu..... = I would like to buy or Baswn i'n hoffi i brynu = the same thing
Rhys is already in Welsh. Pronounced "Hrees".
In Welsh it's "serch a golau" In Scots Gaelic it's "gaol agus solas" In Irish it's "grá agus solas"
'my pleasure' in Welsh is 'fy bleser'
Many people get caught out with this one because it's unusual - to listen = gwrando AR, which literally means to listen ON, but is the correct way of syaing it. For example, gwrando ar y radio = to listen to the radio
'Paid â gwthio' or 'Peidiwch â gwthio' (pl.)
'hapus' is Welsh for 'happy'
Ceri is pronounced like 'kerry'.
Yes, there are words beginning with l in Welsh. The misconception that there are not stems from the letter Ll which is a separate letter in the Welsh alphabet (can be found on Wikipedia) as well as the L we have in English. To make the Ll sound you put your tongue on the roof of your mouth and blow...
Hempstead is Hempstead ; North London is Gogledd Llundain ; Wales is Cymru
All you need is love - Yr holl wyt ti angen yw cariad
Archebu ystafell
It's a difficult one - DAERYDDIAETH
Dych chi'n medru siarad saesneg?
coeden dderw
Welsh learners tend to say 'Rydw i'n hoffi' because it's more correct, but native Welsh speakers may revert to 'Dwi'n licio.'
From Aberystwyth: Dydd calan yw hi heddiw, Rwy'n dyfod ar eich traws I ofyn am y geiniog, Neu grwst, a bara a chaws. O dewch i'r drws yn siriol Heb nesid dim o'ch gwedd; Cyn daw dydd calan eto Bydd llawer yn y bedd . Another version (Gorse Valley): Calenig wyf yn...
In Welsh dechrau; in Irish tosach; in Scots Gaelic ...; in Breton...; in Manx ...; in Cornish ...
Chosen: Wedi Cael Ei Ddewis.
'very' = 'iawn' in Welsh. It must come after the adjective, for example 'very important' would be 'pwysig iawn'.
Welah for 'nice' can be 'neis' or 'hyfryd'
'Hyfryd' is Welsh for 'lovely'
Yes. 'hyfryd' can also mean beautiful/lovely.
The Welsh word for 'decorated' is 'addurnedig'.
The best way to learn Welsh is by attending classes with other like minded people. Classes are a lot of fun and give people a chance to make new friends. There are Welsh for Adults Centre's all over Wales, they provide Welsh classes for people wanting to learn. For people outside of Wales, On-line...
Dw i ddim yn deall eich iaith.
Smile = Gwenu. - Example : I was smiling. Roedd i yn gwenu
The mouth of a river -- either where it meets the sea (estuary) or another river (confluence). Examples: Abertawe : where the River Tawe empties into the sea, i.e. Swansea Aberhonddu : where the River Honddu empties into the River Usk, i.e. Brecon
Diwrnod gwallgof.
'Sorry' isn't a Welsh word so it has no meaning in Welsh.
'it's fun' can be translated as 'mae'n hwyl'
'Proud' in Welsh can be translated as 'balch'
Coyote doesnt have a direct translation, however you could use coyote's other name of prairie wolf which would give something like: gwastatir blaidd (gwah-stat-eer Bly-the)
r-oo-een g-oo-bod dyy vod tea mass g-yda dyy frind h-e-dd-iw rwy'n gwbod dy fod ti mas gyda dy ffrind heddiw