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Rhudd - Red

  • VOCABULARY CROSSWORD 2 | CROSSWORD | WORDLIST | SOLUTION


  • rhudd* - red, crimson, ruddy, bloody

    sample sentence:

    Dyn ni'n cerdded i Foel Rhudd.

    We are walking to Foel Rhudd.

    Image: Foel Rhudd

    *The more common word for 'red' in the Welsh language is coch . The word rhudd occurs in a number of place names e.g. Rhuddlan ( Rhudd+lan = Red bank ) , Ruthin ( Rhudd+din= Red fort )

    Notes on Welsh Adjectives - Ansoddeiriau Cymraeg - Welsh Adjectives FAQ

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