What is Cymru am Byth?

What is Cymru am Byth?

(Welsh, ‘Wales for ever’.)

What is Caru Ti?

Caru ti, I love you in Welsh.

How do you flirt in Welsh?

The perfect gift for a Welsh date

  1. Dw i’n dy hoffi di – I like you.
  2. Rwy’n dy garu di – I love you.
  3. Cwtch/Cwtsh – Cuddle.
  4. Cariad – Love, Darling.
  5. Cusana fi – Kiss me.
  6. Ti’n ddel – You’re cute.
  7. Rydych yn hardd – You’re beautiful.
  8. Dwi wedi syrthio mewn cariad efo chdi – I’ve fallen in love with you.

What is the meaning of the Welsh word cariad?


How do you say darling in Welsh?

Welsh words that used with partners, children and other loved ones. Annwyl means “dear, darling, beloved, loved, cherished, favourite; precious, choice, chosen, pleasent, lovely; loved one, friend”, and anwylyd means dearest.

What does Washi mean in Welsh?

Washi: Affectionate term ie “Washi bach”

Why do the Welsh say Mun?

Mun – A word that doesn’t actually mean anything, it’s simply used to add emphasis to whatever it is that you’re saying. Example: “Alright mun, I said I was sorry.” Now in a minute – It doesn’t make sense. You know it, we know it.

What does Cwtch in Welsh mean?

Cwtch, which has long been a familiar word in the Welsh language, was given two definitions: noun (Welsh) 1. a cupboard or cubbyhole. 2. a cuddle or hug. This corresponds with the word’s other meaning, which is a place to safely store things – if you give someone a cwtch, you’re figuratively giving them a ‘safe place’.

What are some Welsh words?

31 Welsh words and phrases that are just as good as popty ping

  • Wnco mwnco. It means: Him over there.
  • Man a man a mwnci. It means: Might as well.
  • Gwdihŵ (Image: merec0/Flickr)
  • Meicrodon. It means: Microwave (it does not mean ‘tiny gangster’)
  • Smwddio. It means: Ironing.
  • Pili pala. (Image: whologwhy/Flickr)
  • Chwyrligwgan.
  • Igam ogam.

What is the funniest Welsh word?

35 funny welsh words and what they mean

  • Gwdihw – goo dee who – Owl.
  • Mwclis – moo clees – Beads/Necklace.
  • Cwningen – coo ning en – Rabbit.
  • Bochdew – borc dew – Hamster.
  • Pili Pala – pilly palla – Butterfly.
  • Jack Codi Baw – jack cod ee bah oo – JCB.
  • Twmffat – tomb fat – Idiot.

How do you say yes in Welsh?

Yes/No Response – Present Tense (Bod)

  1. Question. Ydw i’n hapus? (Am I happy?) Wyt ti’n hapus? (Are you happy?) Ydy o’n hapus? (Is he happy?) Ydy hi’n hapus?
  2. Response (Yes) Wyt. (Yes, you are.) Ydw. (Yes, I am.) Ydy. (Yes, he is.)
  3. Response (No) Nac wyt. (No, you aren’t.) Nac ydw. (No, I’m not.) Nac ydy. (No, he isn’t.)

What are mutations in Welsh?

Welsh, as with all other Celtic languages, often sees changes made to the beginning of words depending on the word that precedes it, or the role it plays in the sentence. These changes are known as “mutations”, of which Welsh has three distinct types.

What is non Welsh?

The name Non is a girl’s name of Welsh origin meaning “nun”. The legendary St. Non was the mother of St. David, the patron saint of Wales.

What is your name in Welsh?

Beth ydy eich enw chi? English translation: What is your name?

How do you say David in Welsh?

Dafydd is the Welsh name for David, other Welsh names for David are Dai and Dewi.

How long does it take to become fluent in Welsh?

New research has reveals it takes a native English speaker an average of 1,040 hours to learn Welsh compared to just 550 hours to become fluent in French. But learning the tongue-twisting ancient Celtic tongue of Wales is a doddle compared to some other languages.

How difficult is Welsh?

Welsh is one of the toughest Western European languages to master and is even harder than Swahili, it has been claimed in a new study. And at 1,040 hours, learning Welsh takes nearly double the time than it does to become fluent in French, which at 550 hours is one of the easiest of languages examined.

Is Welsh older than English?

1. Welsh is not one of the oldest languages in Europe, nor is it any older than English. This is such a common myth and this is precisely why I’m writing this blog post. Within the past few months I have heard so many people argue that Welsh is older than English, and it truly is ridiculous.

What language is closest to Welsh?

To what other languages is it related? The closest relatives of Welsh are the other p-Celtic languages, of which the other modern representatives are Cornish and Breton, which are also descendants of Brythonic.

Why was Welsh banned?

The long-term effects of the Language Clause in the 1536 Act of Union Act of Union were still playing out. Welsh was not an institutionalised or official language, and simply wasn’t considered a suitable medium for education during the Victorian heyday of the British Empire.