Where does Welsh come from?
Welsh is a member of the Brythonic branch of the Celtic family of languages. Its sister languages are Breton and Cornish. The Goidelic branch includes Irish, Scottish and Manx Gaelic. The Celtic languages are in the Indo-European group.
Welsh ponies can come in many diffrerent varieties of colours but the main colour a welsh ponie would be is dapple grey/white. here are a list of colours welsh ponies can come in. Bay Brown Black dapple grey Roan white chestnut Skewbald or patched Answer 2: Welsh Ponies can come in ANY solid colour, though they do not come in any form of appaloosa or coloured (including pinto, paint, piebald/skewbald etc) just clarifying :)
The Welsh Corgi comes from Wales, where they were a herding breed. Their short stature allowed the cattle to kick over their heads and the lack of tail prevented the cattle from stepping on them. Depends, but mostly Wales. There are two kinds of corgis that I know of Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Pembroke Welsh Corgi, but they are both from Wales and that is the main place they come from.
Welsh rarebit (or rabbit) comes from 18th century Great Britain. The word Welsh was likely used because during that time in England, it often meant foreign or inferior. Others feel like it was given the name Welsh because of the high cheese content, which was common of Welsh dishes of the time. The recipe was first found in English cookbooks around 1725.