There are two possible ways to wish someone Good luck! in Welsh. The first is the widely known expression Pob lwc!…
If you are a fan of Welsh sports and often attend games or watch them on television, you may be interested to know how to cheer on your favourite team! 🏴…
The word for 100 (one hundred) in Welsh is either can or cant depending on what follows. An easy way to remember these two variations is to think of the English words can and can’t! 😉
The first translation most Welsh to English dictionaries offer for the word green in Welsh is gwyrdd which was borrowed from the Latin viridis.
The word for mother in Welsh is mam (plural: mamau). It is also the correct translation for mum or mom.
Let’s face it – no one really enjoys being impolite but sometimes you have no choice but to tell someone to be quiet. This may be because they are being too loud, as anyone with rambunctious children will understand, or because they are being offensive. Whatever the reason, it is useful to know how to say Shut up! or Be quiet! in Welsh, even if it’s just to understand when other people say it.…
Silver is one of the seven metals of antiquity and has long been regarded as one of the most precious metals in human civilisation. Besides currency and bullions, silver is used for many other purposes including jewellery, silverware, electrical contacts and medical supplies.…
The standardised word for rainbow taught in classrooms is enfys (plural: enfysau or enfysoedd). If you use this word anywhere in Wales, you will be perfectly understood.
The Welsh word for tree that appears in most dictionaries and textbooks is coeden. What many learners find confusing is that the singular of tree is longer than the plural, which is coed (trees)!…