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Keriann
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The song of the oak

Postby Keriann » 17 Jun 2007, 20:04

The song of the oak/ an oak or just The oak's song. How is it in Welsh? If anybody has any idea- please help. I'd like to give the title of my work about the Celtic culture in Welsh but if I will do it incorrect... Shame...
I will be grateful for your help!
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Postby Mab-y-meini » 18 Jun 2007, 08:11

Hi Keriann,

The Welsh for "Song of the Oak" is "Cân y Dderwen". Its important to have the "â" and not "a" in the word "Cân", as "Can" means white or hundred whereas "Cân" means "Song".
Good luck with your work.

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Postby Keriann » 22 Jun 2007, 16:31

Thank you!
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