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'dda
noun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) contraction of bydda
'ma etymology Apheretic variant of yma. pronunciation
  • [mɑː]
adverb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) here
Synonyms: dyma, yma
determiner: {{head}}
  1. this exampley bachgen ''''ma''' this boy
Always follows the noun it modifies, which in turn is preceded by the definite article y (yr before a vowel, 'r after a vowel). Synonyms: hwn, hon, hyn
related terms:
  • 'na
a
etymology 1 Alternative forms: With circumflex to indicate long vowel: â, With grave accent to indicate short vowel: à, With acute accent to indicate stress: á pronunciation
  • (letter name) /ɑː/
  • (phoneme) /a/, /ɑː/
letter: {{head}}
  1. The first letter of the Welsh alphabet.
etymology 2 pronunciation
  • [ɑː]
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: af (literary)
etymology 3 pronunciation
  • [a]
conjunction: {{head}}
  1. and
Synonyms: ac (used before a vowel)
â pronunciation
  • [ɑː]
etymology 1 Alternative forms: ag (used before vowels)
preposition: {{head}}
  1. with
 traditionally triggers the aspirate mutation, but in speech this may be absent. Before vowels, ag is used instead.
conjunction: {{head}}
  1. as examplemor hen â phechod ei hun as old as sin itself
 traditionally triggers the aspirate mutation, but in speech this may be absent. Before vowels, ag is used instead.
etymology 2
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: eith (colloquial)
addawa Alternative forms: addawaf (first-person singular future), addawiff (third-person singular present/future), addawith (third-person singular present/future), eddy (obsolete, third-person singular present/future) pronunciation
  • /aˈðau̯.a/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of addo
  2. (literary) inflection of addo
aech pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ɑɨ̯χ/
  • (cy-S) /ai̯χ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of mynd (also imperfect tense in the literary language)
Synonyms: elech (colloquial only)
aem pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ɑɨ̯m/
  • (cy-S) /ai̯m/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: aen (colloquial), elen (colloquial)
aen pronunciation
  • (North Wales) /ɑɨ̯n/
  • (South Wales) /ai̯n/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
  2. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: elen, (first-person plural) aem (literary), (third-person plural) aent (literary)
aent pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ɑɨ̯nt/
  • (cy-S) /ai̯nt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
  2. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: (imperfect/conditional) aen (colloquial), (imperfect/conditional) elen (colloquial), (imperative) elent
aet pronunciation
  • (North Wales) /ɑɨ_ɨt/
  • (South Wales) /ai_ɨt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: elet, ait (literary)
aethant Alternative forms: aethont, aethon (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈɑɨ̯θant/
  • (cy-S) /ˈai̯θant/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
aethom pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈɑɨ̯θɔm/
  • (cy-S) /ˈai̯θɔm/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: aethon (colloquial)
aethon pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈɑɨ̯θɔn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈai̯θɔn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
  2. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: (first-person plural) aethom (literary), (third-person plural) aethant (literary), (third-person plural) aethont (literary)
aethont Alternative forms: aethant, aethon (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈɑɨ̯θɔnt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈai̯θɔnt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
aethost pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈɑɨ̯θɔst/
  • (cy-S) /ˈai̯θɔst/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: est (colloquial)
af Alternative forms: a (colloquial) pronunciation
  • [ɑːv]
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
agora pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /aˈɡɔra/
  • (cy-S) /aˈɡoːra/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of agor
  2. (colloquial) inflection of agor
âi pronunciation
  • (North Wales) [ɑːɨ]
  • (South Wales) [ai]
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of mynd (also imperfect tense in the literary language)
Synonyms: elai (colloquial only)
ait pronunciation
  • /ai̯t/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: aet (colloquial), elet (colloquial)
ân pronunciation
  • [ɑːn]
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: ânt (literary)
anafa Alternative forms: anafaf (first-person singular future) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /aˈnava/
  • (cy-S) /aˈnɑːva/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of anafu
  2. (colloquial) inflection of anafu
anafai Alternative forms: anafsai pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /aˈnavai̯/, /aˈnavɛ/
  • (cy-S) /aˈnɑːvai̯/, /aˈnɑːvɛ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of anafu
anafais Alternative forms: anafes pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /aˈnavai̯s/, /aˈnavɛs/
  • (cy-S) /aˈnɑːvai̯s/, /aˈnɑːvɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of anafu
anafes Alternative forms: anafais pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /aˈnavɛs/
  • (cy-S) /aˈnɑːvɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of anafu
ânt pronunciation
  • [ɑːnt]
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: ân (colloquial)
bai Alternative forms: bae
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
Synonyms: basai (colloquial), byddai, tasai (colloquial), tai (colloquial)
mutation: {{cy-mut-b}}
basai
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: byddai, sa, se
basech
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: byddech, sech
basen
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
  2. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: (both first and third person) bydden, (both first and third person) sen
baset
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: byddet, set
be' Alternative forms: beth etymology contraction of beth pronunciation
  • [beː]
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) what?
beth Alternative forms: (colloquial) be’ 〈be’〉 etymology Originally the soft mutation of peth after pa, from Proto-Celtic *kʷezdis. pronunciation
  • /beːθ/
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. what?
noun: {{head}}
  1. soft mutation of peth
mutation: {{cy-mut-auto}}
bues
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: bûm (literary)
mutation: {{cy-mut-b}}
buon
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of bod
  2. (colloquial) inflection of bod
Synonyms: (first-person plural) buom (literary), (third-person plural) buant, buont (literary)
mutation: {{cy-mut-b}}
bydd
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
bydda Alternative forms: 'dda (colloquial)
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
byddan
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
byddi
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
byddwch
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
byddwn
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of bod
ca Alternative forms: (first-person singular future) caf (literary), (second-person singular imperative) cei, cymer (colloquial)
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cael
  2. (literary) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cachlwyth etymology {{calque}}; compare tanllwyth and trymlwyth. pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkaχ.lʊɨ̯θ/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkaχ.lʊi̯θ/
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) shitload
    • 1978: Mary Wiliam, Dawn Ymadrodd, page 13 (Gwasg Gomer) A hynny a roddodd fod i Bachlwyth cachlwyth. Nid yw bellach yn cael ei gyfyngu i’r cae gwair; mae’n cael ei ddefnyddio i ddisgrifio unrhyw lwyth neu bentwr blêr, neu sy’n ormod o goflaid[.]
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cachu pronunciation
  • /kaxiː/
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cadd Alternative forms: caeth (colloquial), cafodd, cafas (obsolete), cas (literary) pronunciation
  • /kɑːð/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (poetic) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cadwch Alternative forms: cedwch (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkadʊχ/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːdʊχ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cadw
  2. (colloquial) inflection of cadw
cae etymology From wlm kay, from Proto-Celtic *kagion (compare Cornish ke, Breton kae, Old Irish caí), from Proto-Indo-European *kagʰom (compare Latin cohum, English haw), from *kagʰ-. More at cau. pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /kɑɨ̯/
  • (cy-S) /kai̯/
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. field exampleBeth yw’r ysgubor ar ganol y cae? 〈Beth yw’r ysgubor ar ganol y cae?〉 What’s the barn in the middle of the field?[http://www.zompist.com/thought.html They Thought You’d Say This]
related terms:
  • cau
  • caer
  • mynci
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cau
Alternative forms: caeiff (colloquial), caeith (colloquial)
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caeaf Alternative forms: caea (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkɑɨ̯.av/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑi̯.av/
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of cau
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cael Alternative forms: caffael, caffel pronunciation
  • (North Wales) /kɑɨ̯l/
  • (South Wales) /kai̯l/
  • {{audio}}
etymology Syncopated form of caffel, from wlm caffael, verbal noun from Proto-Celtic *kab- (compare Cornish kavoes, Breton kavout), alteration of Proto-Indo-European *keh₂p- 〈*keh₂p-〉 (compare Latin capiō, English have, heave, Albanian kap).
verb: {{head}}
  1. to get, receive, have exampleMi gaf i Sbaeneg nesaf. I have Spanish next. examplecael brecwast to have breakfast
  2. (colloquial) to get to, be allow to, may (with a verbal noun) exampleGawn ni weld y ffilm hwyr heno? Do we get to see the late film tonight?
  3. (colloquial) used with a possessive determiner (agreeing with the subject) and a verbal noun to form a construction with passive meaning exampleGaeth Terry ei tharo gan bêl eira. Terry got hit by a snowball (literally, Terry got her hitting by a snowball). exampleMae’r tŷ yn cael ei godi. 〈Mae’r tŷ yn cael ei godi.〉 The house is being built (literally, The house is getting its building).
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caem Alternative forms: caen (colloquial), caffem (imperfect subjunctive), celen (colloquial; South Wales) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /kɑɨ̯m/
  • (cy-S) /kai̯m/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cael
  2. (literary) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caen Alternative forms: caem (literary; first-person plural), caent (literary; third-person plural), celen (colloquial; South Wales) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /kɑɨ̯n/
  • (cy-N) /kai̯n/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cael
  2. (colloquial) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caf Alternative forms: ca (colloquial) pronunciation
  • /kɑːv/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cafon Alternative forms: cawsant (literary third-person plural form), caethon (colloquial), cawsom (literary first-person plural form), cawson (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkavɔn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːvɔn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cael
  2. (colloquial) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cân Alternative forms: cana (literary third-person singular present/future; second-person singular imperative), caniff (colloquial third-person singular present/future), canith (colloquial third-person singular present/future) pronunciation
  • /kɑːn/
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. song
related terms:
  • canwr
  • canu
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of canu
  2. (literary) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cana Alternative forms: cân (literary, third-person singular present/future; literary, second-person singular imperative), canaf (first-person singular future) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkana/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːna/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
  2. (literary) inflection of canu
  3. inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canai Alternative forms: cansai (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanai̯/, /ˈkanɛ/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnai̯/, /ˈkɑːnɛ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canais Alternative forms: canes, cenais (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɛs/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canen Alternative forms: canem (literary, first-person plural), canent (literary, third-person plural), cansen (colloquial, both persons) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɛn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɛn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
  2. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canes Alternative forms: canais, cenais (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɛs/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canet Alternative forms: canit (literary), canset (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɛt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɛt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cani Alternative forms: ceni (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkani/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːni/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canit Alternative forms: canet (colloquial), canset (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɪt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɪt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
canon Alternative forms: canasom (literary, first-person plural), canasant (literary, third-person plural) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkanɔn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːnɔn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of canu
  2. (colloquial) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cansai pronunciation
  • /ˈkansɛ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of canai
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cansen pronunciation
  • /ˈkansɛn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of canen
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cânt Alternative forms: cân (colloquial)
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cael
cara Alternative forms: câr (literary, third-person singular present/future), caraf (first-person singular future), cariff (colloquial, third-person singular future), carith (colloquial, third-person singular future) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkara/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːra/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
  2. (literary) inflection of caru
  3. inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caran Alternative forms: carant (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkaran/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːran/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
carant Alternative forms: caran (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarant/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrant/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
carem Alternative forms: caren (colloquial), carsen (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛm/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛm/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caren Alternative forms: carem (literary, first-person plural), carent (literary, third-person plural), carsen (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
  2. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
carent Alternative forms: caren (colloquial), carsen (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛnt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛnt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
  2. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cares Alternative forms: carais, cerais (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛs/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
carest Alternative forms: caraist, ceraist (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛst/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛst/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caret Alternative forms: carit (literary), carset (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɛt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɛt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cari Alternative forms: ceri (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkari/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːri/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
carit Alternative forms: caret (colloquial), carset (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɪt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɪt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
caron Alternative forms: carasom (literary, first-person plural), carasant (literary, third-person plural) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkarɔn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkɑːrɔn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of caru
  2. (colloquial) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cas Alternative forms: cadd (poetic), caeth (colloquial), cafas (obsolete), cafodd pronunciation
  • /kɑːs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cedor pronunciation
  • /ˈkɛdɔr/
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. pubes, mons pubis
  2. pubic hair
  3. private parts, pudendum, genitalia
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cei pronunciation
  • /kəi̯/
etymology 1 Cognate with Breton kae, Cornish kay.
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. quay
etymology 2 Inflected form of cael. Alternative forms: caiff (imperative; literary), cymer (imperative; colloquial)
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of cael
  2. (colloquial) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
celai Alternative forms: câi pronunciation
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːlai̯/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (South Wales, colloquial) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
celen Alternative forms: caem (first-person plural, literary), caen (North and Central Wales, colloquial), caent (first-person plural, literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːlɛn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial, South Wales) inflection of cael
  2. (colloquial, South Wales) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
celet Alternative forms: caet pronunciation
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːlɛt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (South Wales, colloquial) inflection of cael
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
ceni Alternative forms: cani (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkɛni/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːni/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of canu
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cerais Alternative forms: carais (colloquial), cares (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkɛrai̯s/, /ˈkɛrɛs/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːrai̯s/, /ˈkeːrɛs/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cerdd pronunciation
  • /kɛrð/
etymology 1
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. poem
  2. poetry
  3. music
etymology 2 Alternative forms: cerdda (literary), cerddiff (colloquial), cerddith (colloquial)
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cerdded
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
ceri Alternative forms: cari (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈkɛrɪ/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkeːrɪ/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cerwch pronunciation
  • (cy-N) [ˈkɛrʊχ]
  • (cy-S) [ˈkeːrʊχ]
etymology 1 Alternative forms: carwch
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of caru
  2. (literary) inflection of caru
etymology 2
verb: {{head}}
  1. (South Wales, colloquial) inflection of mynd
Synonyms: ewch
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cloan Alternative forms: cloant (literary) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈklɔ.an/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkloː.an/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cloem Alternative forms: cloen (colloquial), closen (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /klɔɨ̯m/
  • (cy-S) /klɔi̯m/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cloen Alternative forms: cloem (literary, first-person plural), cloent (literary, second-person plural), closen (colloquial, both persons) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /klɔɨ̯n/
  • (cy-S) /klɔi̯n/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cloi
  2. (colloquial) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cloent Alternative forms: cloen (colloquial), closen (colloquial) pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /klɔɨ̯nt/
  • (cy-S) /klɔi̯nt/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cloit Alternative forms: cloet (colloquial), closet (colloquial) pronunciation
  • /klɔi̯t/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (literary) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
closen pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈklɔsɛn/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkloːsɛn/
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of cloen
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
closet pronunciation
  • (cy-N) /ˈklɔsɛt/
  • (cy-S) /ˈkloːsɛt/
etymology 1 Borrowing from English closet Alternative forms: closed
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. closet
etymology 2 Inflected form of cloi. Alternative forms: cloet (colloquial), cloit (literary)
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
clown pronunciation
  • /klɔu̯n/
etymology 1 Borrowing from English clown.
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. clown
etymology 2 Alternative forms: closwn (colloquial, first-person singular conditional)
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of cloi
  2. inflection of cloi
  3. (literary) inflection of cloi
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
cnuchio etymology cnuch + io pronunciation
  • /knɨːxɪɔ/
verb: {{cy-verb}}
  1. to copulate
  2. (vulgar) to fuck
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
Synonyms: (to fuck) ffwcio, ffwrcho
cofia pronunciation
  • /ˈkɔvja/
verb: {{head}}
  1. inflection of cofio
  2. (literary) inflection of cofio
  3. (colloquial) inflection of cofio
mutation: {{cy-mut-c}}
da pronunciation
  • [dɑː]
etymology 1 From Proto-Celtic *dagos (compare Irish dea-).
adjective: {{cy-adj}}
  1. good, well
noun: {{cy-noun}}
  1. goodness
  2. (collective noun) goods, cattle
etymology 2 Alternative forms: deuaf (literary), do (colloquial), dof (literary)
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) inflection of dod
mutation: {{cy-mut-d}}
dach
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial, North Wales) inflection of bod
Synonyms: ych (South Wales), ŷch, ydych (literary)

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