Weather words and weather-related expressions in Breton with English equivalents.
|Penaos eo an amzer?||How's the weather?|
|Brav eo an amzer||The weather is fine|
|Brav eo||It's fine|
|Kaer eo||It's excellent|
|Klouar eo||It's warm / hot|
|Tomm eo||It's hot|
|Sec'h zo||It's dry|
|Fresk eo||It's cool|
|Yen eo||It's cold|
|Fall eo||It's bad|
|Brein eo||It's awful, horrible|
|Avel zo||It's windy|
|Koumoul zo||It's cloudy|
|Gleb eo||It's wet|
|Glav a ra||It's raining|
|Grizilhañ a ra||It's hailing|
|Erc'h a ra||It's snowing|
|Kanevedenn / Gwareg-ar-glav||rainbow|
|Barr-amzer, Gwallamzer||Storm, tempest|
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