Monthly Archives: September 2013

Les mots de la semaine

français English Cymraeg Brezhoneg baver; tomber goutte à goutte to dribble diferu; dafnio babouzat dribbler to dribble (football) treiglo; driblo; driblan dribiliañ le plombage filling (in tooth) llenwad plomadenn le porche; la véranda porch porth; cyntedd; portsh porched; chambarleg; heolienn la porte d’entrée (maison); la portière avant (voiture) front door drws ffrynt dor-dal la porte […]

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Condughteyr noa

Aahoshee y sheshaght chiaullee pobble Bangor riyr lesh condughteyr noa – darree ain shenn condughteyr dys Cardiff kegeesh er dy henney dy ve rish e leggad. Ta ain condughteyr noa stiurey sheshaght chiaullee elley ayn Abergele, as t’ee cummal eddyr ayns shid as ayns shoh ayn Deganwy. Ghow shin arraneyn noa, as arrane ta shin […]

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Arran as baarey fuilt

Va dramane ayn feie’n laa jea, as va leaumyn ayn chammah. ‘Sy voghrey ren mee arran. ‘Syn ‘astyr hie mee er son baarey fuilt, ren mee fuinney yn arran, as ren mee shuilgey smeir as ooylyn as ren mee broie ad ry-cheilley. Ren mee beggan obbyr as cliaghtey chiaullee chammah. It drizzled all day yesterday, […]

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Jelune cadjin

Cha haghyr monney jea – ren mee beggan obbyr, ren mee cliaghtey ymmodee greieyn-kiaull, as ‘syn oie hie mee dys thie oast Greagagh er son y possan coloayrtys yl-çhengagh. Agh dy meeaighar cha daink sleih erbee elley, myr shen haink mee dy valley lurg lieh oor. Not much happened yesterday – I did a bit […]

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Goaill arrane son ushtey

Hannee mee ayns Lunnin oie Jesarn, as moghrey jea ren mee rouail mygeayrt Lunnin. Hie mee dys Covent Garden er y traen fo-halloo, agh Cha row red erbee taghyrt ayns shen. Myr shen hooil mee dys Kerrin Trafalger, rish y Mall, as shaghey Plaasagh Buckingham. Va ratçh daawheeyl ayn – paart jeh triathalon. Eisht hooil […]

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Lunnin

Hie mee dys Lunnin jea dys cur shilley er my vraar, my ven vraarey as m’inneen vraarey. T’ad cummal ayns arasane faggys da Droghad Lunnin as Margey Borough, agh t’ad smooinaghtyn er arraghey, as t’ad jeeaghyn er thieyn ayns Devon as ‘syn Chorn. T’ad goaill taitnys as shiaulley as by vie lhieu cummal faggys da’n […]

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Sheshaght chiaullee corragh

Riyr ghow mee arrane ‘syn sheshaght chiaullee corragh. Phrow mee ynsaghey ny sleih elley m’arrane mychione foillanyn as spollagyn (Spollagyn son tey), as ghow shin arraneyn eigsoylagh elley. Ta shin cur cochiaull er arraneyn dy mie er enney, as ta shin lhiassaghey arraneyn jeh hene, as ta bun feeamyn ny focklyn gyn tort, ny cooishyn […]

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Les mots de la semaine

français English Cymraeg Brezhoneg l’allée (f) aisle (in a church or theatre) ystlys; eil ale le couloir aisle (on plane, train or bus); corridor eil; coridor trepas le moteur à réaction jet engine peiriant/motor jet la fatigue due au décalage horaire jet lag jetludded skuizh dale-eur (?) souffrir du décalage horaire to be jet-lagged bod […]

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Cavaquinho

Va sheshoon kiaullee mie ayns my hie fastyr jea. Cha daink agh nane fer elley, as chloie shin carryn Erinagh, son y chooid smoo, er y feddan stainnagh, er y feddan ishil, er y gitar as er y conserteen. Chloie mysh my cavaquinho noa (sorçh jeh gitar beg voish yn Phortiugal) chammah. Chionnee mee strengyn […]

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Markiaght aashag

Hannee daa markiaghyn aashag marym riyr – nane voish yn Chanadey as nane voish yn Pholynn. V’ad tannaghtyn ayns Cardiff as reih ad çheet neese dys Twoaie Vretyn Veg dys drappal sleityn. Hie shin er yn ordaag dys Pen-y-Pass jea, ghrapp ad Snowdon, as hie ad dys Bangor er yn ordaag ny yei shen. Haink […]

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