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Post by Art » 12 May 2006, 16:57

http://www.cymdeithas.com  Welsh language society

http://de-ddwyrain.blogspot.com  A blog for Welsh learners

http://www.clwbmalucachu.co.uk  A website for Welsh learners.

There are obviously many more out there. What websites have you found helpful or interesting relative to the Welsh language?
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Post by Kernos » 12 May 2006, 17:54

I would also recommend the Linguru Welsh Dictionary,

http://www.linguru.com

This is a user made dictionary where one can add words and make corrections like in a WIKI/EG, I added the word 'awen' and someone else the pleural, 'awenau' and the citation

CREU GWIR     Creating truth
FEL GWYDR     like glass
O FFWRNAIS AWEN     from the furnace of inspiration
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Post by Gwilym Goch » 16 May 2006, 00:41

kernos wrote:I added the word 'awen' and someone else the pleural, 'awenau' and the citation

CREU GWIR     Creating truth
FEL GWYDR     like glass
O FFWRNAIS AWEN     from the furnace of inspiration
Just thought you'd like to know where the quote comes from:

http://www.wmc.org.uk/index.cfm?alias=aboutus

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Post by Art » 26 Jun 2006, 00:06

Here's another beginner site that I found to be right spiffy:

http://www.menai.ac.uk/clicclic/default.htm
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