I've always, always, always wanted to learn Welsh and visit Wales, thanks to Susan Cooper's "The Dark Is Rising" series.

I've always, always, always wanted to learn Welsh and visit Wales, thanks to Susan Cooper's "The Dark Is Rising" series.

Whenever anyone says congratulations I blurt out "da iawn, am wneud mor dda / da iawn, haleliwia / da iawn, llongyfarchiadau rhaid i ni eich canmol"

Whenever anyone says congratulations I blurt out "da iawn, am wneud mor dda / da iawn, haleliwia / da iawn, llongyfarchiadau rhaid i ni eich canmol"

24 beautiful Welsh proverbs and sayings that show the language at its finest - Wales Online

24 beautiful Welsh proverbs that show the language at its finest

24 beautiful Welsh proverbs and sayings that show the language at its finest - Wales Online

THE MARI LWYD (in Welsh, Y Fari Lwyd) is one of the strangest and most ancient of a number of customs with which people in Glamorgan and Gwent used to mark the passing of the darkest days of midwinter.the tradition involves the arrival of the horse and its party at the door of the house or pub, where they sing several introductory verses.challenges and insults in rhyme. At the end of the battlethe Mari party enters with another song.

THE MARI LWYD (in Welsh, Y Fari Lwyd) is one of the strangest and most ancient of a number of customs with which people in Glamorgan and Gwent used to mark the passing of the darkest days of midwinter.the tradition involves the arrival of the horse and its party at the door of the house or pub, where they sing several introductory verses.challenges and insults in rhyme. At the end of the battlethe Mari party enters with another song.

The British GENES blog: US passports and Warwickshire parish registers added to FamilySearch

The British GENES blog: US passports and Warwickshire parish registers added to FamilySearch

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