cynefin: A Welsh word for a place where a being feels it ought to live. It is where nature around you feels right and welcoming.

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery; air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy.’” ~ Sylvia Plath, from The Bell Jar

cynefin: A Welsh word for a place where a being feels it ought to live. It is where nature around you feels right and welcoming. This explains precisely how I feel when I am sitting by the ocean!

I’m German but I must say that the Welsh are amazingly unique. I wonder when Britain will take that too.

21 Times Tumblr Summed Up What It Means To Be British

I’m German but I must say that the Welsh are amazingly unique. I wonder when Britain will take that too.

Celebrating St David's Day, the Welsh national day - 1st March.

Welsh and proud! Celebrating St David's Day, the Welsh national day - March.

Mabyn. Welsh, meaning 'youth.' A saint's name. Has my initials in it so I'm a fan. ;) Mab was also a faerie queen, a cute nickname. Abbie would also work if you weren't full of Abbies in your area. Even Mabbie doesn't sound far from popular baby girls names Maddie and Abbie.

' Mab was also a faerie queen, a cute nickname. Abbie would also work if you weren't full of Abbie in your area.

Welsh love spoon, a romantic tradition. when a young man wanted to court a young lady he would carve a spoon to show off his talent and to prove his love. Each symbol on a lovespoon has a different meaning.

♡::♡ Celtic ♡::♡ Welsh love spoon, a romantic tradition. when a young man wanted to court a young lady he would carve a spoon to show off his talent and to prove his love. Each symbol on a lovespoon has a different meaning.

Ogham (᚛ᚑᚌᚐᚋ᚜) is an alphabet that appears on monumental inscriptions dating from the 4th to the 6th century AD, and in manuscripts dating from the 6th to the 9th century. It was used mainly to write Primitive and Old Irish, and also to write Old Welsh, Pictish and Latin. It was inscribed on stone monuments throughout Ireland, particuarly Kerry, Cork and Waterford, and in England, Scotland, the Isle of Man and Wales, particularly in Pembrokeshire in south Wales. (...)

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Great article here about the meaning of the animal skull masks/costumes and their traditions in British folk culture - really interesting...

Great article here about the meaning of the animal skull masks/costumes and their traditions in British folk culture. Shows Knobbin, the Wild Oss of the Dorset Knobs Mummers.

Ynys Bery The island's name in Welsh means falcon's Island.[1]  It is the site of a shipwreck: the S.S. Graffoe (a 2,996-ton steamship bound from Glasgow to Buenos Aires with coal) struck Ramsey Island and sank at the northern end of Ynys Bery in 1903. It lies at a depth of 15 metres, and is one of many Pembrokeshire wrecks popular with divers. Ynys Bery's highest point is 71 metres[2] (233 feet), the highest of Wales`s islets. #walesislands

Ynys Bery The island's name in Welsh means falcon's Island.[1] It is the site of a shipwreck: the S.S. Graffoe (a 2,996-ton steamship bound from Glasgow to Buenos Aires with coal) struck Ramsey Island and sank at the northern end of Ynys Bery in 1903. It lies at a depth of 15 metres, and is one of many Pembrokeshire wrecks popular with divers. Ynys Bery's highest point is 71 metres[2] (233 feet), the highest of Wales`s islets. #walesislands

[Naming Characters] 24 Beautiful Welsh Girls' Names You'll Wish Were Yours

22 beautiful Welsh girls' names you'll wish were yours

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