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Hen - Old

  • hen - old  
    mor hen â - as old as
    henach - older
    hynaf - oldest

    sample sentence: Dwi'n siarad yr hen iaith. ( I speak the old language. )

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    Notes on Welsh Adjectives - Ansoddeiriau Cymraeg - Welsh Adjectives FAQ

  • Nouns & Adjectives

    Adjectives almost always come after the noun in Welsh. There are few exceptions. Here are some of the most important ones:-


    Hen - Old Dwi'n siarad yr hen iaith ( I speak the old language )

    Hoff - Favourite Dwi'n yfed fy hoff cwrw ( I am drinking my favourite beer )

    Prif - Chief / Main Dwi'n mynd i'r brif ynys ( I am going to the main island )