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Gair Cymraeg Y Dydd

Post by dave brum » 12 Aug 2014, 17:45

Dydd Mawrth, 12fed Awst

Arloesol = innovative, pioneering

Other words that stem from this could be arloesedd (innovation) or arloeswyr (pioneers)

Er enghraifft: Caiff £35 miliwn ei fudsoddi yn y Campws Arloesedd a Menter Newydd.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 13 Aug 2014, 08:53

Well I'll only manage to come up with ...aerosol...if you test me. Next please!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 14 Aug 2014, 16:27

Ble mae fi gair newydd heddiw? :cry:
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Post by dave brum » 14 Aug 2014, 16:38

Ynfytyn = idiot, eejit.

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Post by Gill the Piano » 14 Aug 2014, 17:12

Fel 'twpsin' ne mwy cryf?
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Post by dave brum » 14 Aug 2014, 17:24

Na, dyna Nigel Farage!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 31 Oct 2014, 18:39

Ffa cyw = chick peas. Made me laugh. From a book called Travels In An Old Tongue. You'd like it - babout a woman travelling the world meeting disparate groups of Welsh speakers.
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Post by dave brum » 31 Oct 2014, 20:24

Before the Super Furry Animals became the Super Furry Animals they were known as Ffa Coffi Pawb, recording in Welsh only. It could mean 'coffee beans everyone' or something else.
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Post by dave brum » 01 Nov 2014, 07:20

TACHWEDD. Dwi wedi gwybod bod ystyr arall i'r gair, sy'n cyfeirio at y tymor. Fel 'Medi'.

http://cy.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachwedd
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Post by Gill the Piano » 03 Nov 2014, 18:44

Dringo. Dim rheswm, dwi'n just hoffi hwn!
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Post by dave brum » 03 Nov 2014, 19:06

Ysgol, achos bod dau ystyr gyda hi, 'school' neu 'ladder'. Yn DRINGO'r ysgol llwyddiant. Neu mynd i'r ysgol llwyddiant!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 04 Nov 2014, 19:32

Dau yystyr? Fel 'dafad'. Sheep or wart!
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Re: Gair Cymraeg Y Dydd

Post by Gill the Piano » 06 Nov 2014, 17:53

I keep hearing a phrase in Pobol Y Cwm and in real life which sounds like 'sugar meant' and I have no idea what it means. Any idea? Probably' sut gemain't or something?
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