Cymraeg is the Welsh name for the language.
The Welsh word for "Welsh" is Cymraeg :)
The Welsh Language Society was created in 1962.
The Welsh people Cymry; the language is Cymraeg; the adj. is Cymreig.
Bryste is Bristol in Welsh language.
Welsh emerged in the 6th Century CE from a language called Brittonic.
when wales came to be and the world turned strange, welsh is a horrible language
No. Italian is a Romance language derived from Latin; Welsh is a Celtic language (they are both Indoeuropean languages). Welsh has some words borrowed from Latin.
some are welsh speakers as a first language
Cymreig adj. (Cwn Defaid Cymreig = Welsh sheepdogs) Cymraeg adj. (of the Welsh language, Cwrs Cymraeg) Cymraeg noun (Welsh language) Cymry noun (the Welsh people) Cymreigaidd/Cymroaidd adj. ('Welshy')
The language is Welsh; the debt avoidance is 'to welsh'.
ymchwil Gymreig = Welsh research ymchwil Gymraeg = Welsh language research
Apparently there is no Welsh language form of the name.
In the Welsh language it's rhiwbob.
I personally do not need the Welsh language, but I would imagine that native Welsh speakers feel differently... Mwynhewch y cyngor!
Welsh toponymy (section Language characteristics) placenames of Wales derive in most cases from the Welsh language , but have also ... both derived from the Welsh name Dinbych ("little fort ... 25 KB (3,476 words) - 14:45, 4 February 2012 Swansea (section Welsh language) name is derived from Sveinn's ... not Swan-sea The Welsh name first ... Welsh language: There are many Welsh-language chapels and churches in the ... 85 KB (11,379 words) - 19:09… Read More
The Welsh language emerged in the 6th century and is still in use.
Not Welsh but Cornish, a language related to Welsh. In Cornish it is spelled Jenefer.
The Welsh-language word for Wales is Cymru.
"y diwedd" is how you say it in Welsh language.
Yes, Welsh is a member of the Brittonic branch of the Celtic languages. It is spoken natively in Wales, by few in England, and in Y Wladfa (the Welsh colony in Chubut Province, Argentina). Historically, it has also been known in English as "Cambrian", "Cambric" and "Cymric".
Welsh is an Indo-European language; a member of the Celtic subgroup.
Yes. It's related to the other Celtic languages, but the Welsh language did originate in Wales.
Yes. Welsh is a Celtic language and English is a Germanic language. For instance, English is more closely related to Dutch; Welsh would be more closely related to the Irish/Scottish Gaelic.
There are many pages that are in Welsh - mainly websites such as the BBC, the NHS, and the Welsh Assembly Government. For Welsh is still considered a minority language, only the main sites such as the ones listed above are in Welsh, for they affect aspects of Welsh speakers' lives. Recently, Facebook now offers the Welsh language, so Welsh speakers have the option to use their Facebook in Welsh.
The Welsh for darling or dearest is 'cariad'.
Welsh is spoken in both Wales and Patagonia, in Argentina.
ANGLESEY or YNYS MÔN (in the Welsh language)
The are called 'Welsh' in English and Cymry in the Welsh language.
Wales. Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Nationals are Welsh the language is Welsh
What language do Welsh people speak? English or (in the case of nearly a quarter of the population of Wales) Welsh.
meghan is welsh.
Yes it is.
The welsh - Y Cymry Welsh girl/woman - Cymraes Welsh boy/man - Cymro Welsh language - Cymraeg I wasn't sure if this is what you were looking for... but hope I helped Wel, It helped me!
This generally means "Welsh-speaking Wales" -- a reference to those areas of the country where the Welsh language is commonly spoken, although sometimes people say "Welsh Wales" when they simply mean those parts of the country which look and feel "very Welsh". It's a translation of the Welsh phrase Cymru Cymraeg. But note that Welsh has two words for "Welsh". Cymraeg means Welsh by language (Welsh-speaking, written in Welsh, etc.). Cymreig means Welsh by nature… Read More
Well I'm a fluent welsh speaker...
No. It is of Welsh origin and is spelled Ifan [eevan] in the Welsh language.
What about it? I have my education through Welsh. All lessons are taught through Welsh appart from Other language lessons such as English French or German. For GCSE's , everyone who has their education through welsh do English Lit , English Lang , Welsh Lit , Welsh lang. For A levels , everything is still taught through welsh... You can choose Welsh as an A level , in the same way you can choose English… Read More
The main language in Wales is English.
The 'w' certainly suggests Welsh, but the 'cc' doesn't occur in the language. Sure it's Welsh?
Welsh is a member of the Brythonic branch of the Celtic languages spoken natively in Wales, by some along the Welsh border in England, and in Y Wladfa (the Welsh colony in Chubut Province, Argentina). Welsh emerged in the 6th century from British, the common ancestor of Welsh, Breton, Cornish, and the extinct language known as Cumbric.
The Welsh take pride in their native language; the Irish do not.
Welsh is an important language in Wales.
The Welsh-language word for 'team' is tîm (plural: timau).
It's 'Wales' in the Welsh language pronounced 'kum-ree'.
Welsh is a completely separate language, but their type of English is sometimes referred to as 'Wenglish'.