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  • a (AM)

    and (Aspirate Mutation)

    ac

    and (before vowel)

    â (AM)

    as; whether (Aspirate Mutation)

    achos

    because

    achos (m)

    cause, court case, medical case

    adeg (f)

    period, time

    adeilad (m)

    building (the thing not the action of)

    adloniant (m)

    entertainment

    adnewyddu

    to renovate

    adref

    home(wards)

    addo

    to promise

    addysg bellach

    further education

    afiach

    unhealthy

    aelod (m)

    member

    Afal (m)

    Apple

    agor

    to open

    anghofio

    to forget

    anghysbell

    remote

    ail

    second, 2nd

    Almaeneg

    German (language)

    allwedd

    key (south Welsh dialect)

    am (SM)

    for (Soft Mutation)

    am dro

    for a spin (in the car), for a walk

    am faint?

    for how long?

    Americanes (F)

    American woman

    amgueddfa (f)

    Museum

    amhosibl

    impossible

    amlwg

    obvious

    amyneddgar

    patient (as in willing to wait)

    anadlu

    to breathe

    anafu

    to injure

    anfon

    to send

    anffurfiol

    informal

    anghywir

    wrong, incorrect

    annwyd (m)

    a cold

    annymunol

    unpleasant

    anobeithiol

    hopeless

    anrheg (f)

    a present

    antur (f)

    adventure

    apelio am

    appeal to (soft mutation)

    apwyntiad (m)

    appointment

    ar (SM)

    on (soft mutation)

    ar gael

    available

    ar amser

    on time

    ar ben

    on the top of, on top of

    arddangosfa (f)

    exhibition

    ar gau

    closed

    ar goll

    lost

    ar gornel

    on the corner of

    ar gyfer

    for (all general senses), for the benefit of

    ar hyd

    along, throughout

    ar hyn o bryd

    at the moment

    ar ôl

    after; left, remaining

    ar ran

    on behalf of

    arall

    other, else, another

    arbennig

    special, particular

    archebu

    to order

    archfarchnad (f)

    supermarket

    ardal (f)

    area, region

    aren (f)

    kidney

    arfer (m)

    custom, habit

    Arfordir (m)

    Coast

    ar gyrion

    on the outskirts of

    arholiad (m)

    exam

    arian (m)

    money (south Wales), silver

    aros

    to stay, to wait

    arswyd (m)

    horror

    arwydd (m)

    a sign

    ateb (m)

    answer, to answer

    athro (m) athrawes (f)

    teacher

    awgrymu

    to suggest

    awr (f)

    hour

    awyddus

    anxious, eager

    awyren (f)

    aeroplane

    awyrgylch

    atmosphere

    babi (m)

    baby

    bach

    small

    bachgen (m), bechgyn

    boy, boys

    Bae (m)

    Bay

    bai (m)

    blame, fault

    balch

    proud, glad

    banc (m)

    bank

    bara (m)

    bread

    barbeciw (m)

    barbeque

    barf (f)

    beard

    beic (m)

    bike

    bendigedig

    brilliant, splendid

    berwi

    to boil

    bedd (f)

    grave

    beth bynnag

    anyway

    bisgeden (f), bisedi

    biscuit, biscuits

    blaendal (m)

    deposit

    blas (m)

    taste, flavour

    blasus

    tasty

    ble?

    where?

    blinedig

    tired

    blino ar (SM)

    to tire of (soft mutation)

    blodfresychen (f)

    cauliflower

    blwydden (f)

    year

    bob dydd

    everyday

    boddi

    to drown

    bol (m)

    tummy, stomach

    bore (m)

    morning

    bore trannoeth

    the morning next

    braf

    nice, fine

    bragdy (m)

    brewery

    braich (f), breichiau

    arm, arms

    braidd

    rather

    brechdan (f)

    sandwich

    bresych

    cabbage

    brenin (m)

    king

    brifo

    to injure

    brithio

    to go grey

    bro (f)

    area

    brwnt

    dirty

    brown

    brown

    Bryn (m)

    Hill

    buddsoddi

    to invest

    buan

    quick

    busnes (m)

    business

    buwch (f)

    cow

    bwrw cesair

    to hail

    bwrw glaw

    to rain

    bwrw eira

    to snow

    Bwthyn (m)

    Cottage

    bwydlen (f), bwydlenni

    menu, menus

    bwydo

    to feed

    bwyta

    to eat

    bwyty (m)

    restaurant

    bys (m), bysedd

    finger, fingers

    byth

    never, eternity

    byw

    to live, live

    bywyd (m)

    life

    cacen (f)

    cake

    cadw

    to keep, retain, preserve

    cadw ystafell

    to reserve a room

    cadw sŵn

    to make a noise

    cadw'n heini

    to keep fit

    cael cip

    to have a quick look

    cael

    to get, to have

    cael dolur

    to be hurt

    cael gwaith

    to have difficulty

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