Wales!!! I cannot find anywhere called llandratdod, and I suspect you may have meant "Llandrindod Wells". I also suspect you meant to say "county", not "country". Llandrindod Wells is in the county of Powis, in the country of Wales, which is part of the United Kingdom.
I own 80 acres of land in Jim Wells County and would like to know what I could get for it if I sold it in Plots for houses.
"She is" would be "mae hi" in Welsh.
Welsh Corgi plural would be Welsh Corgis.
It doesn't appear to be a Welsh name and would not have a Welsh version.
"Cyfaill" would be the equivalent in Welsh.
Herbert George Wells was born on 21 September 1866 in Bromley, Kent County, England, son of Sarah Neal, maid to the upper classes, and Joseph Wells, shopkeeper and professional cricket player. The Wells were quite poor and it was not the happiest of marriages; they would soon live apart though neither re-married.
Despite its somewhat Welsh appearance, it is an English name. The name would be the same in Welsh or English.
anything with welsh and the beginning of the food e.g. instead of peas, you would eat welsh peas and welsh corgis and Georgia likes curry with welsh corgis in it :P
Egactly the same reson u would do with English
The Welsh word for car is car - but you would say the A like a chav.
The only person who would understand what you said would be a Welsh person, so what good would it do you to know how to say it?