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The complete list of the 1000 most common Welsh words

This list of the one thousand most common Welsh words is the result of a statistical analysis that we performed on a large number of Welsh texts.

This Welsh vocabulary list is sorted in decreasing order of frequency; this means that the words appearing at the top are more common than those appearing further down the list.

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Here is the list of the 1000 most common Welsh words:

  1. yn
    [preposition]
    (in)

    In addition to its use as a preposition, the Welsh word “yn” also serves as a particle that has many functions within the language, such as, for example connecting verbs and adjectives.

  2. y
    [definite article]
    (the)

    Welsh has a definite article that can take several different forms (y, yr, and ’r). The Welsh language, however, does not use indefinite articles.

  3. bod
    [verb]
    (to be)
  4. a
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  5. o
    [preposition]
    (from, of)
  6. ar
    [preposition]
    (on)
  7. i
    [preposition]
    (to)
  8. ei
    [possessive adjective]
    (his, her, its)
  9. gan
    [preposition]
    (by, with)
  10. cael
    [verb]
    (to get, to have)
  11. enw
    [noun]
    (name)
  12. am
    [preposition]
    (about, for)
  13. fel
    [conjunction/preposition]
    (like, as)
  14. mewn
    [preposition]
    (in)
  15. un
    [adjective/noun]
    (one)
  16. eu
    [possessive adjective]
    (their)
  17. ond
    [conjunction]
    (but)
  18. neu
    [conjunction]
    (or)
  19. wedi
    [preposition]
    (after, having)
  20. gyda
    [preposition]
    (with)
  21. ym
    [preposition]
    (around, about)
  22. ôl
    [noun]
    (trace, track)
  23. hefyd
    [adverb]
    (also, too, as well)
  24. dod
    [verb]
    (to come)
  25. Cymru
    [proper noun]
    (Wales)

    The Welsh language is native to Wales. Therefore it comes as no surprise that the Welsh word “Cymru” (which means “Wales”) is a very frequently used term.

  26. rhan
    [noun]
    (part, section)
  27. hyn
    [pronoun]
    (this)
  28. pentref
    [noun]
    (village)

    The Welsh word “pentref” means “village”. It is a combination of the words “pen” (meaning “head”) and‎ “tref” (meaning “town”). While the word “pentref” is the standard form, there is also a more colloquial variant of the word, which is “pentre”.

  29. hyd
    [noun]
    (length, duration)
  30. cynnwys
    [verb]
    (to include, contain)
  31. â
    [preposition]
    (with)
  32. nifer
    [noun]
    (number)
  33. cyntaf
    [adjective]
    (first)
  34. rhwng
    [preposition]
    (between)
  35. at
    [preposition]
    (to, towards)
  36. er
    [conjunction/preposition]
    (despite, although)
  37. defnyddio
    [verb]
    (to use)
  38. pan
    [conjunction]
    (when)
  39. hynny
    [pronoun]
    (that)
  40. Lloegr
    [proper noun]
    (England)
  41. dros
    [preposition]
    (over, across)
  42. hwn
    [pronoun]
    (this)
  43. afon
    [noun]
    (river)

    The Welsh word “Afon” means “river”. This is a useful word in the Welsh language because several important rivers flow through Wales, such as, for example, the River Severn (Afon Hafren), which is the longest in Great Britain. Other examples include the River Dee (Afon Dyfrdwy) and the River Wye (Afon Gwy).

  44. gwaith
    [noun]
    (work)
  45. Saesneg
    [noun]
    (English (language))
  46. dinas
    [noun]
    (city)
  47. de
    [noun]
    (south)
  48. tua
    [preposition]
    (towards, about)
  49. iaith
    [noun]
    (language)
  50. newydd
    [adjective]
    (new)
  51. dau
    [numeral]
    (two)
  52. grŵp
    [noun]
    (group)
  53. erbyn
    [preposition]
    (by, against)
  54. lle
    [noun/pronoun]
    (place, where)
  55. byw
    [verb]
    (to live, adjective)
  56. ysgol
    [noun]
    (school)
  57. yma
    [adverb]
    (here)
  58. cyfnod
    [noun]
    (period)
  59. mwyaf
    [adjective]
    (most, biggest)
  60. cyn
    [preposition]
    (before)
  61. llyfr
    [noun]
    (book)
  62. gallu
    [noun]
    (ability)
  63. arall
    [adjective]
    (other)
  64. heddiw
    [adverb]
    (today)
  65. Cymraeg
    [proper noun]
    (Welsh)
  66. rhai
    [pronoun]
    (some)
  67. pobl
    [noun]
    (people)
  68. gwneud
    [verb]
    (do/make)
  69. aelod
    [noun]
    (member)
  70. ef
    [pronoun]
    (he)
  71. byd
    [noun]
    (world)
  72. wrth
    [preposition]
    (by)
  73. nid
    [adverb]
    (not)
  74. prif
    [adjective]
    (main)
  75. iddo
    [preposition]
    (to him)
  76. na
    [conjunction]
    (than)
  77. mynd
    [verb]
    (go)
  78. eglwys
    [noun]
    (church)
  79. ffilm
    [noun]
    (movie/film)
  80. fe
    [pronoun]
    (he/it)
  81. hen
    [adjective]
    (old)
  82. trwy
    [preposition]
    (through)
  83. teulu
    [noun]
    (family)
  84. iawn
    [adverb/adjective]
    (right/okay/proper)
  85. ardal
    [noun]
    (area)
  86. ffurf
    [noun]
    (form)
  87. ynys
    [noun]
    (island)

    “Ynys” is a Welsh word that means “island”. In Wales, there are plenty of occasions to use this word due to the many islands situated along the country’s coastline. One famous example is Ynys Môn (the Isle of Anglesey) which has connections to Celtic mythology.

  88. ystod
    [noun]
    (range)
  89. dan
    [preposition]
    (under/beneath)
  90. hanes
    [noun]
    (history)
  91. safle
    [noun]
    (site/position)
  92. gogledd
    [noun]
    (north)
  93. neidr
    [noun]
    (snake)
  94. mis
    [noun]
    (month)
  95. sawl
    [pronoun]
    (several)
  96. hun
    [noun]
    (self)
  97. gwrywaidd
    [adjective]
    (masculine)
  98. perthyn
    [verb]
    (belong)
  99. gweld
    [verb]
    (see)
  100. gwlad
    [noun]
    (country)
  101. sef
    [conjunction]
    (namely)
  102. mynydd
    [noun]
    (mountain)
  103. rhoi
    [verb]
    (give)
  104. arbennig
    [adjective]
    (special)
  105. hon
    [pronoun]
    (this (feminine))
  106. gair
    [noun]
    (word)
  107. mawr
    [adjective]
    (large)
  108. unig
    [adjective]
    (lonely, only)
  109. creu
    [verb]
    (create)
  110. ysgrifennu
    [verb]
    (write)
  111. symud
    [verb]
    (move)
  112. ennill
    [verb]
    (win)
  113. copa
    [noun]
    (summit)
  114. ail
    [noun/adjective]
    (second/repeat)
  115. llawer
    [adverb]
    (a lot, much)
  116. nofel
    [noun]
    (novel)
  117. adeilad
    [noun]
    (building)
  118. cyhoeddi
    [verb]
    (publish)
  119. mai
    [conjunction]
    (that (introducing a clause))
  120. chwarae
    [verb]
    (to play)
  121. llyn
    [noun]
    (lake)

    The Welsh word “Llyn” (which means “lake”) is frequently used because Wales has many beautiful lakes, some of which have connections to Celtic mythology.

  122. mwy
    [adjective]
    (more)
  123. ers
    [preposition]
    (since)
  124. allan
    [adverb]
    (out)
  125. oes
    [noun]
    (age, era)
  126. planhigyn
    [noun]
    (plant)
  127. Cymreig
    [adjective]
    (Welsh)
  128. marw
    [verb]
    (to die)
  129. diwedd
    [noun]
    (end)
  130. math
    [noun]
    (type, kind)
  131. swydd
    [noun]
    (job, position)
  132. uchder
    [noun]
    (height)
  133. dyn
    [noun]
    (man)
  134. ag
    [conjunction]
    (with)
  135. megis
    [adverb]
    (like, as if)
  136. tro
    [noun]
    (turn)
  137. mab
    [noun]
    (son)
  138. pob
    [adjective]
    (every)
  139. yno
    [adverb]
    (there)
  140. cadw
    [verb]
    (keep)
  141. adeiladu
    [verb]
    (build)
  142. rhyfel
    [noun]
    (war)
  143. weithiau
    [adverb]
    (sometimes)
  144. dilyn
    [verb]
    (follow)
  145. brenin
    [noun]
    (king)
  146. hi
    [pronoun]
    (she/it)
  147. ger
    [preposition]
    (near)
  148. sefydlu
    [verb]
    (establish)
  149. felly
    [adverb]
    (so/thus)
  150. tu
    [noun]
    (side)
  151. ni
    [pronoun]
    (we/us)
  152. mwyn
    [noun]
    (ore/ for the sake of)
  153. arfer
    [noun/verb]
    (habit/use)
  154. aml
    [adjective/adverb]
    (frequent/often)
  155. dyma
    [particle]
    (here is/this is)
  156. rhif
    [noun]
    (number)
  157. oherwydd
    [conjunction]
    (because)
  158. dim
    [noun]
    (nothing)
  159. gweithio
    [verb]
    (work)
  160. dangos
    [verb]
    (to show)
  161. plant
    [noun]
    (children)
  162. newid
    [verb]
    (to change)
  163. llai
    [adjective]
    (less)
  164. bardd
    [noun]
    (poet)
  165. gorllewin
    [noun]
    (west)
  166. canol
    [noun]
    (middle)
  167. cwmni
    [noun]
    (company)
  168. drwy
    [preposition]
    (through)
  169. yna
    [adverb]
    (then)
  170. môr
    [noun]
    (sea)

    “Môr” is a Welsh word that translates to “sea”. Its frequent use can be explained by the geography of Wales, and in particular, its extensive coastline that borders the Irish Sea.

  171. enwog
    [adjective]
    (famous)
  172. galw
    [verb]
    (to call)
  173. cynnar
    [adjective]
    (early)
  174. ffwrdd
    [adverb]
    (away)
  175. cynrychioli
    [verb]
    (to represent)
  176. dal
    [verb/adjective]
    (to hold / still, persistent)
  177. oed
    [noun]
    (age)
  178. ganddo
    [verb (possessive structure)]
    (he has)
  179. prifysgol
    [noun]
    (university)
  180. chwedl
    [noun]
    (legend)
  181. codi
    [verb]
    (to lift, to raise)
  182. datblygu
    [verb]
    (to develop)
  183. arwain
    [verb]
    (to lead)
  184. benywaidd
    [adjective]
    (feminine)
  185. Alban
    [proper noun]
    (Scotland)
  186. bellach
    [adverb]
    (now, no longer)
  187. cynhyrchu
    [verb]
    (to produce)
  188. heb
    [preposition]
    (without)
  189. bywyd
    [noun]
    (life)
  190. olaf
    [adjective]
    (last)
  191. rheol
    [noun]
    (rule)
  192. sir
    [noun]
    (county)
  193. gydag
    [preposition]
    (with)
  194. cenedlaethol
    [adjective]
    (national)
  195. Lladin
    [proper noun]
    (Latin)
  196. blwyddyn
    [noun]
    (year)
  197. cyrraedd
    [verb]
    (to arrive, to reach)
  198. mor
    [adverb]
    (as, like)
  199. poblogaeth
    [noun]
    (population)
  200. nad
    [conjunction]
    (that not)
  201. bach
    [adjective]
    (small)
  202. lleol
    [adjective]
    (local)
  203. gwas
    [noun]
    (servant)
  204. plwyf
    [noun]
    (parish)
  205. iddi
    [pronoun]
    (to her, to it)
  206. gorwedd
    [verb]
    (lie, rest)
  207. casgliad
    [noun]
    (collection)
  208. derbyn
    [verb]
    (receive, accept)
  209. cymryd
    [verb]
    (take)
  210. lluosog
    [adjective]
    (plural, multiple)
  211. dŵr
    [noun]
    (water)
  212. ymddangos
    [verb]
    (appear)
  213. llywodraeth
    [noun]
    (government)
  214. bychan
    [adjective]
    (small)
  215. tri
    [numeral]
    (three)
  216. ffordd
    [noun]
    (road, way)
  217. Mai
    [noun (proper noun)]
    (May)
  218. papur
    [noun]
    (paper)
  219. ychydig
    [adjective]
    (few)
  220. rhaid
    [noun]
    (necessity)
  221. priodi
    [verb]
    (to marry)
  222. traddodiad
    [noun]
    (tradition)
  223. iddynt
    [pronoun]
    (to them)
  224. cyfrol
    [noun]
    (volume)
  225. uchaf
    [adjective]
    (highest)
  226. cynnal
    [verb]
    (to maintain)
  227. tir
    [noun]
    (land)
  228. amddiffyn
    [verb]
    (to defend)
  229. Chwefror
    [proper noun]
    (February)
  230. dwyrain
    [noun]
    (east)
  231. parhau
    [verb]
    (to continue)
  232. ystyried
    [verb]
    (to consider)
  233. uwch
    [adjective]
    (above)
  234. lladd
    [verb]
    (to kill)
  235. O
    [exclamation]
    (Oh)
  236. cyffredin
    [adjective]
    (common)
  237. merch
    [noun]
    (girl)
  238. hir
    [adjective]
    (long)
  239. to
    [noun]
    (roof)
  240. Prydain
    [proper noun]
    (Britain)
  241. adnabyddus
    [adjective]
    (famous)
  242. gwyn
    [adjective]
    (white)
  243. rhestr
    [noun]
    (list)
  244. unigryw
    [adjective]
    (unique)
  245. enghraifft
    [noun]
    (example)
  246. adnabod
    [verb]
    (to know)
  247. achos
    [noun]
    (cause)
  248. amser
    [noun]
    (time)
  249. seneddol
    [adjective]
    (parliamentary)
  250. tref
    [noun]
    (town)
  251. gerllaw
    [adverb]
    (nearby)
  252. Mawrth
    [noun]
    (March (month) or Mars (planet), depending on the context)
  253. urdd
    [noun]
    (order (as in a society or organization))
  254. hwnnw
    [pronoun]
    (that (one))
  255. golygu
    [verb]
    (to mean or to edit)
  256. troi
    [verb]
    (to turn)
  257. Rhagfyr
    [proper noun]
    (December)
  258. geni
    [verb]
    (to be born)
  259. rhaglen
    [noun]
    (program)
  260. Ionawr
    [proper noun]
    (January)
  261. wedyn
    [adverb]
    (afterwards)
  262. maes
    [noun]
    (field)
  263. cyflwyno
    [verb]
    (to present)
  264. tîm
    [noun]
    (team)
  265. arweinydd
    [noun]
    (leader)
  266. stori
    [noun]
    (story)
  267. nhw
    [pronoun]
    (they/them)
  268. etholiad
    [noun]
    (election)
  269. nag
    [conjunction]
    (than)
  270. pwysig
    [adjective]
    (important)
  271. os
    [conjunction]
    (if)
  272. llawn
    [adjective]
    (full)
  273. da
    [adjective]
    (good)
  274. grym
    [noun]
    (power)
  275. lefel
    [noun]
    (level)
  276. lan
    [adverb]
    (up)
  277. cerdd
    [noun]
    (poem)
  278. unrhyw
    [adverb]
    (any)
  279. disgrifiad
    [noun]
    (description)
  280. eto
    [adverb]
    (again)
  281. dydd
    [noun]
    (day)
  282. ceisio
    [verb]
    (to try)
  283. hanner
    [noun]
    (half)
  284. dechrau
    [verb]
    (to begin)
  285. rhedeg
    [verb]
    (to run)
  286. du
    [adjective]
    (black)
  287. pryd
    [noun]
    (meal)
  288. awdur
    [noun]
    (author)
  289. cyfeirio
    [verb]
    (to refer)
  290. Ewrop
    [proper noun]
    (Europe)
  291. ffin
    [noun]
    (border)
  292. clwb
    [noun]
    (club)
  293. casglu
    [verb]
    (to collect)
  294. ethol
    [verb]
    (to elect)
  295. tan
    [preposition]
    (until)
  296. uchel
    [adjective]
    (high)
  297. Gorffennaf
    [proper noun]
    (July)

    The Welsh word “Gorffennaf” refers to the month of July. It is a compound of the words “gorffen” (meaning “end”) and “haf” (meaning “summer”); so it literally translates to “end of summer”.

  298. diwylliant
    [noun]
    (culture)
  299. astudiaeth
    [noun]
    (study)
  300. etholaeth
    [noun]
    (constituency)
  301. castell
    [noun]
    (castle)

    The term “Castell” (which means “castle”) is a common Welsh word because Wales has plenty of castles and ancient medieval fortresses, including, for example, Conwy Castle and Caerphilly Castle.

  302. addysg
    [noun]
    (education)
  303. arian
    [noun]
    (money)
  304. digwydd
    [verb]
    (happen)
  305. cofrestru
    [verb]
    (register)
  306. cyfan
    [adjective]
    (entire)
  307. teledu
    [noun]
    (television)
  308. gŵr
    [noun]
    (husband/man)
  309. ifanc
    [adjective]
    (young)
  310. corff
    [noun]
    (body)
  311. sefyll
    [verb]
    (stand)
  312. haf
    [noun]
    (summer)
  313. gwahanol
    [adjective]
    (different)
  314. defnydd
    [noun]
    (use)
  315. rhag
    [preposition]
    (against)
  316. honno
    [pronoun]
    (that one (feminine))
  317. coed
    [plural noun]
    (trees)
  318. tyfu
    [verb]
    (to grow)
  319. pen
    [noun]
    (head)
  320. cyhoedd
    [noun]
    (public)
  321. milwrol
    [adjective]
    (military)
  322. ymladd
    [verb]
    (to fight)
  323. dychwelyd
    [verb]
    (to return)
  324. sant
    [noun]
    (saint)
  325. [noun]
    (house)
  326. naturiol
    [adjective]
    (natural)
  327. agor
    [verb]
    (to open)
  328. ymlaen
    [adverb]
    (forwards)
  329. adeg
    [noun]
    (time, period)
  330. disgrifio
    [verb]
    (to describe)
  331. bryd
    [noun]
    (moment, time)
  332. ymuno
    [verb]
    (to join)
  333. cymdeithas
    [noun]
    (society, association)
  334. ystyr
    [noun]
    (meaning)
  335. cylchgrawn
    [noun]
    (magazine)
  336. rheoli
    [verb]
    (to control, manage)
  337. gwasanaeth
    [noun]
    (service)
  338. llys
    [noun]
    (court)
  339. rheilffordd
    [noun]
    (railway)
  340. sylw
    [noun]
    (attention)
  341. credu
    [verb]
    (believe)
  342. actor
    [noun]
    (actor)
  343. chwaraewr
    [noun]
    (player)
  344. ffurfio
    [verb]
    (form)
  345. cynulliad
    [noun]
    (assembly)
  346. duw
    [noun]
    (god)
  347. lliw
    [noun]
    (color)
  348. medru
    [verb]
    (can/be able)
  349. canolfan
    [noun]
    (center)
  350. lawr
    [noun/adverb]
    (floor/down)
  351. athro
    [noun]
    (teacher)
  352. allanol
    [adjective]
    (external)
  353. diddordeb
    [noun]
    (interest)
  354. drama
    [noun]
    (drama)
  355. wyth
    [number]
    (eight)
  356. tra
    [conjunction]
    (while)
  357. llifo
    [verb]
    (to flow)
  358. Owain
    [proper noun]
    (Owen)

    Owain is a Welsh male name that is often anglicized as Owen. For more, see this guide to Welsh boy names.

  359. rhyw
    [noun]
    (kind, sort)
  360. dynol
    [adjective]
    (human)
  361. dibynnu
    [verb]
    (to depend)
  362. fersiwn
    [noun]
    (version)
  363. ras
    [noun]
    (racing contest)
  364. hydref
    [noun]
    (autumn)
  365. gartref
    [adverb/noun]
    (at home/home)
  366. testun
    [noun]
    (text)
  367. rhyddhau
    [verb]
    (to release)
  368. troedfedd
    [noun]
    (footstep)
  369. canu
    [verb]
    (to sing)
  370. swyddog
    [noun]
    (official)
  371. metr
    [noun]
    (meter)
  372. mesur
    [noun/verb]
    (measure/to measure)
  373. Tachwedd
    [noun]
    (November)
  374. system
    [noun]
    (system)
  375. atal
    [verb]
    (to stop)
  376. cefn
    [noun]
    (back)
  377. cerddoriaeth
    [noun]
    (music)

    The English language derives the term “musician” from the word “music”. In Welsh, however, it’s the other way around: the term “cerddoriaeth” (which means “music”) comes from the word “cerddor” (which means “musician”).

  378. natur
    [noun]
    (nature)
  379. llun
    [noun]
    (picture)
  380. cipio
    [verb]
    (to capture)
  381. heddlu
    [noun]
    (police)
  382. efallai
    [adverb]
    (perhaps)
  383. presennol
    [adjective]
    (present)
  384. anifail
    [noun]
    (animal)

    Welsh is a Celtic language but there are a few Welsh words that were borrowed from Latin. The Welsh word “anifail” looks similar to its English translation, “animal”; that is because both terms come from the same Latin word.

  385. diwrnod
    [noun]
    (day)
  386. medr
    [noun]
    (ability)
  387. llong
    [noun]
    (ship)
  388. oddi
    [preposition]
    (from)
  389. agos
    [adjective]
    (near)
  390. gwaed
    [noun]
    (blood)
  391. holl
    [adjective]
    (whole)
  392. gêm
    [noun]
    (game)
  393. gwerin
    [noun]
    (folk)
  394. gyrfa
    [noun]
    (career)
  395. gwleidydd
    [noun]
    (politician)
  396. golau
    [noun]
    (light)
  397. dyddio
    [verb]
    (to date)
  398. bryn
    [noun]
    (hill)
  399. gadael
    [verb]
    (to leave)
  400. diweddar
    [adjective]
    (recent)
  401. nod
    [noun]
    (mark / goal)
  402. serch
    [noun]
    (love)
  403. can
    [verb]
    (to sing / noun)
  404. arwynebedd
    [noun]
    (surface area)
  405. modd
    [noun]
    (manner / way)
  406. nodi
    [verb]
    (to mark / to note)
  407. chwe
    [numeral]
    (six)
  408. darn
    [noun]
    (piece)
  409. e
    [pronoun]
    (he / it)
  410. cysylltu
    [verb]
    (to connect)
  411. poblogaidd
    [adjective]
    (popular)
  412. albwm
    [noun]
    (album)
  413. lleoli
    [verb]
    (to locate / to situate)
  414. marwolaeth
    [noun]
    (death)
  415. dyffryn
    [noun]
    (valley)
  416. miliwn
    [numeral]
    (million)
  417. gwyfyn
    [noun]
    (moth)
  418. llinell
    [noun]
    (line)
  419. haul
    [noun]
    (sun)
  420. mwyafrif
    [noun]
    (majority)
  421. Cymry
    [proper noun]
    (Welsh people)
  422. gweithredu
    [verb]
    (to operate, to act)
  423. buddugoliaeth
    [noun]
    (victory)
  424. person
    [noun]
    (person)
  425. tywysog
    [noun]
    (prince)
  426. llygad
    [noun]
    (eye)
  427. Mehefin
    [proper noun]
    (June)
  428. Rhys
    [proper noun]
    (Rhys (Welsh male name))
  429. gwybod
    [verb]
    (to know)
  430. amrywiol
    [adjective]
    (various)
  431. unwaith
    [adverb]
    (once)
  432. pedwar
    [number]
    (four)
  433. neuadd
    [noun]
    (hall)
  434. glo
    [noun]
    (coal)
  435. astudio
    [verb]
    (to study)
  436. llwyddo
    [verb]
    (to succeed)
  437. elfen
    [noun]
    (element)
  438. trydydd
    [adjective]
    (third)
  439. traeth
    [noun]
    (beach)
  440. prin
    [adjective]
    (scarce)
  441. undeb
    [noun]
    (union)
  442. syniad
    [noun]
    (idea)
  443. rhanbarth
    [noun]
    (region)
  444. cyfarfod
    [noun]
    (meeting)
  445. llyfrgell
    [noun]
    (library)
  446. cryf
    [adjective]
    (strong)
  447. saith
    [numeral]
    (seven)
  448. cyfeiriad
    [noun]
    (direction)
  449. dweud
    [verb]
    (say)
  450. cau
    [verb]
    (close)
  451. eang
    [adjective]
    (wide)
  452. symbol
    [noun]
    (symbol)
  453. car
    [noun]
    (car)
  454. siarad
    [verb]
    (speak)
  455. brawd
    [noun]
    (brother)
  456. is
    [conjunction]
    (below)
  457. Medi
    [proper noun]
    (September)

    The Welsh word “Medi” refers to the month of September. The term comes from the verb “medi” which means “to reap”; that is because September is a month during the harvest period.

  458. ymhlith
    [preposition]
    (among)
  459. llaw
    [noun]
    (hand)
  460. rhannu
    [verb]
    (to share, to divide)
  461. gwreiddiol
    [adjective]
    (original)
  462. gwrthryfel
    [noun]
    (rebellion)
  463. gwraig
    [noun]
    (wife)
  464. ychwanegu
    [verb]
    (to add)
  465. Dafydd
    [proper noun]
    (David)
  466. capel
    [noun]
    (chapel)
  467. eisteddfod
    [noun]
    (a Welsh festival of literature, music and performance)
  468. cynllun
    [noun]
    (plan)
  469. beth
    [pronoun]
    (what)
  470. personol
    [adjective]
    (personal)
  471. Ffrangeg
    [noun]
    (French (language))
  472. gwyrdd
    [adjective]
    (green)

    The Welsh word “gwyrdd” means “green”, one of the main colors of the flag of Wales which represents a red dragon on a green and white background.

  473. coch
    [adjective]
    (red)
  474. faint
    [pronoun]
    (how much, how many)
  475. llawysgrif
    [noun]
    (manuscript)
  476. lawer
    [adverb]
    (many/much)
  477. cyfraith
    [noun]
    (law)
  478. cynnig
    [verb/noun]
    (offer/proposal)
  479. deg
    [adjective/numeral]
    (ten)
  480. bwyd
    [noun]
    (food)
  481. gorchymyn
    [noun]
    (command/order)
  482. dull
    [noun]
    (method)
  483. cysylltiad
    [noun]
    (connection)
  484. digon
    [noun]
    (enough)
  485. llosgi
    [verb]
    (burn)
  486. cyffredinol
    [adjective]
    (general)
  487. tuag
    [preposition]
    (towards)
  488. rownd
    [noun]
    (round)
  489. banc
    [noun]
    (bank)
  490. ochr
    [noun]
    (side)
  491. Hydref
    [proper noun]
    (October)
  492. wythnos
    [noun]
    (week)
  493. hoyw
    [adjective]
    (gay/cheerful)
  494. canrif
    [noun]
    (century)
  495. gân
    [noun]
    (song)
  496. hynafol
    [adjective]
    (ancient)
  497. gorau
    [adjective]
    (best)
  498. tywydd
    [noun]
    (weather)
  499. hunain
    [pronoun]
    (self)
  500. darllen
    [verb]
    (read)
  501. oddeutu
    [preposition]
    (about)
  502. pum
    [numeral]
    (five)
  503. milltir
    [noun]
    (mile)
  504. busnes
    [noun]
    (business)
  505. duwies
    [noun]
    (goddess)
  506. cytundeb
    [noun]
    (agreement)
  507. prifddinas
    [noun]
    (capital city)

    The Welsh word “prifddinas” means “capital city”. It is formed from the word “dinas” (meaning “city”), to which the prefix “prif-” (meaning “main” or “chief”) is added. Cardiff, by the way, is the capital of Wales.

  508. sioe
    [noun]
    (show)

    Languages that are in contact often borrow words from each other. For example, the Welsh word “sioe” is borrowed from the English word “show”; in the process, the spelling was adapted to reflect Welsh phonetics.

  509. unigol
    [adjective]
    (individual)
  510. amlwg
    [adjective]
    (obvious)
  511. man
    [noun]
    (place)
  512. pennaeth
    [noun]
    (head/chief/leader)
  513. talaith
    [noun]
    (province/state)
  514. sicrhau
    [verb]
    (secure/ensure)
  515. cartref
    [noun]
    (home)
  516. traddodiadol
    [adjective]
    (traditional)
  517. aros
    [verb]
    (wait)
  518. hedfan
    [verb]
    (to fly)
  519. canfod
    [verb]
    (find)
  520. addoli
    [verb]
    (worship)
  521. ymdrech
    [noun]
    (effort)
  522. llwyddiannus
    [adjective]
    (successful)
  523. byddin
    [noun]
    (army)
  524. maint
    [noun]
    (size)
  525. gweinidog
    [noun]
    (minister)
  526. byr
    [adjective]
    (short)
  527. gradd
    [noun]
    (degree)
  528. awgrymu
    [verb]
    (suggest)
  529. barn
    [noun]
    (opinion)
  530. gweithiwr
    [noun]
    (worker)
  531. ymgyrch
    [noun]
    (campaign)
  532. celf
    [noun]
    (art)
  533. adroddiad
    [noun]
    (report)
  534. adar
    [noun]
    (birds)
  535. trefnu
    [verb]
    (organize)
  536. cyngor
    [noun]
    (council, advice)
  537. gwres
    [noun]
    (heat)
  538. gosod
    [verb]
    (to place, to set)
  539. melyn
    [adjective]
    (yellow)
  540. [noun]
    (ice)
  541. ymerodraeth
    [noun]
    (empire)
  542. chwarel
    [noun]
    (quarry)
  543. record
    [noun]
    (record)
  544. cryn
    [adjective]
    (strong, stout)
  545. fi
    [pronoun]
    (I, me)
  546. offeiriad
    [noun]
    (priest)
  547. heibio
    [preposition/adverb]
    (past, by)
  548. sefyllfa
    [noun]
    (situation, position)
  549. cerddor
    [noun]
    (musician)
  550. honni
    [verb]
    (to claim, to assert)
  551. gwybodaeth
    [noun]
    (information, knowledge)
  552. cyfrannu
    [verb]
    (to contribute)
  553. hwy
    [pronoun]
    (they, them)
  554. eich
    [pronoun]
    (your (plural/formal))
  555. digwyddiad
    [noun]
    (event, incident)
  556. diwethaf
    [adjective]
    (last)
  557. cwrs
    [noun]
    (course)
  558. chwaer
    [noun]
    (sister)
  559. llwyn
    [noun]
    (bush)
  560. arddangos
    [verb]
    (display, show)
  561. neb
    [pronoun]
    (nobody)
  562. tynnu
    [verb]
    (pull, draw)
  563. Affrica
    [proper noun]
    (Africa)
  564. gwleidyddol
    [adjective]
    (political)
  565. arglwydd
    [noun]
    (lord)
  566. difrifol
    [adjective]
    (serious)
  567. sych
    [adjective]
    (dry)
  568. achosi
    [verb]
    (cause)
  569. oren
    [noun]
    (orange (fruit or color))
  570. helaeth
    [adjective]
    (extensive, wide)
  571. bwriad
    [noun]
    (intention)
  572. gweriniaeth
    [noun]
    (republic)
  573. coedwig
    [noun]
    (forest)

    The Welsh word “Coedwig” means “forest”. It is a frequently used term because there are many forests in Wales, including, for example, Coed y Brenin (King's Forest) and Afan Forest Park.

  574. sêr
    [noun]
    (stars)
  575. Groeg
    [proper noun]
    (Greece)
  576. dioddef
    [verb]
    (suffer)
  577. talu
    [verb]
    (pay)
  578. stryd
    [noun]
    (street)
  579. erioed
    [adverb]
    (ever)
  580. crug
    [noun]
    (mound/hillock)
  581. cytuno
    [verb]
    (agree)
  582. cant
    [noun]
    (hundred)
  583. gardd
    [noun]
    (garden)
  584. llywydd
    [noun]
    (president/chairperson)
  585. gwerthu
    [verb]
    (sell)
  586. blynedd
    [noun]
    (year)
  587. llall
    [pronoun/adjective]
    (other/another)
  588. isel
    [adjective]
    (low)
  589. dadlau
    [verb]
    (argue)
  590. dewis
    [verb]
    (choose)
  591. dyddiad
    [noun]
    (date)
  592. baner
    [noun]
    (flag/banner)
  593. parc
    [noun]
    (park)
  594. llwyr
    [adjective/adverb]
    (absolute/entire/wholly)
  595. llwybr
    [noun]
    (path/way)
  596. blodyn
    [noun]
    (flower)
  597. Ffrengig
    [adjective]
    (French)
  598. economaidd
    [adjective]
    (economic)
  599. awr
    [noun]
    (hour)
  600. awyr
    [noun]
    (air)
  601. hylif
    [noun]
    (liquid)
  602. pren
    [noun]
    (wood)
  603. gofyn
    [verb]
    (to ask)
  604. cemeg
    [noun]
    (chemistry)
  605. angen
    [noun]
    (need)
  606. teitl
    [noun]
    (title)
  607. cred
    [noun]
    (belief)
  608. cyfoes
    [adjective]
    (contemporary)
  609. amrywio
    [verb]
    (to vary)
  610. haearn
    [noun]
    (iron)
  611. nesaf
    [adjective]
    (next)
  612. staff
    [noun]
    (staff)
  613. bron
    [adverb]
    (almost)
  614. coleg
    [noun]
    (college)
  615. profi
    [verb]
    (to test or to prove)
  616. tebyg
    [adjective]
    (similar)
  617. gorffen
    [verb]
    (finish)
  618. radio
    [noun]
    (radio)
  619. rhyngwladol
    [adjective]
    (international)
  620. darlun
    [noun]
    (picture)
  621. pont
    [noun]
    (bridge)
  622. Ebrill
    [proper noun]
    (April)
  623. pwnc
    [noun]
    (subject/topic)
  624. diwydiant
    [noun]
    (industry)
  625. cadwyn
    [noun]
    (chain)
  626. arwydd
    [noun]
    (sign)
  627. America
    [proper noun]
    (America)
  628. rhyddid
    [noun]
    (freedom)
  629. cyhoeddus
    [adjective]
    (public)
  630. criw
    [noun]
    (crew)
  631. llafur
    [noun]
    (labor)
  632. enwi
    [verb]
    (name)
  633. gwasanaethu
    [verb]
    (serve)
  634. gweddill
    [noun]
    (remainder)
  635. noson
    [noun]
    (night)
  636. gwobr
    [noun]
    (prize)
  637. mil
    [number]
    (thousand)
  638. ugeinfed
    [ordinal number]
    (twentieth)
  639. croes
    [noun, adjective]
    (cross, crossed)
  640. cynghrair
    [noun]
    (league)
  641. anfon
    [verb]
    (to send)
  642. meddal
    [adjective]
    (soft)
  643. ymchwilio
    [verb]
    (to investigate)
  644. ir
    [adjective]
    (green)
  645. draw
    [adverb]
    (over there, far, to the other side)
  646. beirniad
    [noun]
    (critic, judge)
  647. addoliad
    [noun]
    (worship)
  648. glas
    [adjective]
    (blue)
  649. amgylch
    [preposition]
    (around)
  650. ymgais
    [noun]
    (attempt)
  651. hoff
    [adjective]
    (favourite)
  652. cariad
    [noun]
    (love)

    The Welsh word “cariad” means “love”. It is quite different from the corresponding Irish word which is “grá”. Despite both of them being Celtic languages, Welsh and Irish are languages with significant differences in vocabulary.

  653. pump
    [number]
    (five)
  654. cyfarwyddwr
    [noun]
    (director)
  655. gwefan
    [noun]
    (website)
  656. Almaeneg
    [proper noun]
    (German)
  657. llysenw
    [noun]
    (nickname)
  658. ysbrydol
    [adjective]
    (spiritual)
  659. sylfaen
    [noun]
    (foundation)
  660. dosbarth
    [noun]
    (class)
  661. teithio
    [verb]
    (to travel)
  662. chwech
    [noun]
    (six)
  663. tŵr
    [noun]
    (tower)
  664. safonol
    [adjective]
    (standard)
  665. geiriadur
    [noun]
    (dictionary)
  666. argraffiad
    [noun]
    (edition)
  667. gogleddol
    [adjective]
    (northern)
  668. prynu
    [verb]
    (to buy)
  669. parch
    [noun]
    (respect)
  670. theatr
    [noun]
    (theater)
  671. ymysg
    [preposition]
    (among)
  672. golygydd
    [noun]
    (editor)
  673. gwerth
    [noun]
    (value)
  674. pwy
    [pronoun]
    (who)
  675. dosbarthu
    [verb]
    (distribute)
  676. newyddion
    [noun]
    (news)
  677. cofnod
    [noun]
    (record)
  678. ymgyrchu
    [verb]
    (campaign)
  679. crefyddol
    [adjective]
    (religious)
  680. chwyldro
    [noun]
    (revolution)
  681. erthygl
    [noun]
    (article)
  682. ildio
    [verb]
    (yield)
  683. ychwanegol
    [adjective]
    (additional)
  684. ysbyty
    [noun]
    (hospital)
  685. perthynas
    [noun]
    (relationship)
  686. priodas
    [noun]
    (marriage)
  687. canwr
    [noun]
    (singer)
  688. torri
    [verb]
    (break)
  689. euog
    [adjective]
    (guilty)
  690. cae
    [noun]
    (field)
  691. arwr
    [noun]
    (hero)
  692. mur
    [noun]
    (wall)
  693. treulio
    [verb]
    (spend)
  694. amgylchedd
    [noun]
    (environment)
  695. cyflwynydd
    [noun]
    (presenter)
  696. awdurdod
    [noun]
    (authority)
  697. aber
    [noun]
    (estuary, confluence)
  698. cylch
    [noun]
    (circle)
  699. claf
    [noun]
    (patient)
  700. plaid
    [noun]
    (party (political))
  701. ble
    [adverb]
    (where)
  702. ffair
    [noun]
    (fair (as in a market))
  703. enfawr
    [adjective]
    (huge, enormous)
  704. amgueddfa
    [noun]
    (museum)
  705. senedd
    [noun]
    (parliament)
  706. carreg
    [noun]
    (stone)
  707. ieuenctid
    [noun]
    (youth)
  708. brwydr
    [noun]
    (battle)
  709. glyn
    [noun]
    (nadir)
  710. adran
    [noun]
    (department)
  711. map
    [noun]
    (map)
  712. canlyniad
    [noun]
    (result)
  713. mabwysiadu
    [verb]
    (adopt)
  714. cangen
    [noun]
    (branch)
  715. osgoi
    [verb]
    (avoid)
  716. Pasg
    [noun]
    (Easter)
  717. amcangyfrif
    [noun]
    (estimate)
  718. cwch
    [noun]
    (boat)
  719. dylanwad
    [noun]
    (influence)
  720. heblaw
    [preposition]
    (except)
  721. gwesty
    [noun]
    (hotel)
  722. cyflogi
    [verb]
    (employ)
  723. cwestiwn
    [noun]
    (question)
  724. cymdeithasol
    [adjective]
    (social)
  725. ehangu
    [verb]
    (expand)
  726. Rhufeinig
    [adjective]
    (Roman)
  727. diflannu
    [verb]
    (disappear)
  728. colli
    [verb]
    (lose)
  729. asgwrn
    [noun]
    (bone)
  730. pa
    [pronoun]
    (which)
  731. bara
    [noun]
    (bread)
  732. uwchben
    [preposition]
    (above)
  733. hawl
    [noun]
    (right (as in a right or entitlement))
  734. gwallt
    [noun]
    (hair)
  735. blaidd
    [noun]
    (wolf)
  736. caer
    [noun]
    (fort or castle)

    “Caer” is a Welsh word that means “fort”. Many towns with “Caer” in their names, such as Caerphilly and Caernarfon, are sites of ancient Roman forts or medieval strongholds.

  737. gaeaf
    [noun]
    (winter)
  738. rhain
    [pronoun]
    (these)
  739. ymddeol
    [verb]
    (to retire)
  740. Efrog
    [proper noun]
    (York)
  741. Awst
    [proper noun]
    (August)
  742. ffrwyth
    [noun]
    (fruit)
  743. darlledu
    [verb]
    (to broadcast)
  744. gwastad
    [adjective]
    (flat)
  745. siop
    [noun]
    (shop)
  746. chwilio
    [verb]
    (to search)
  747. datblygiad
    [noun]
    (development)
  748. ai
    [particle (used in questions etc.)]
    (whether (also an interrogative particle in some contexts))
  749. llenyddol
    [adjective]
    (literary)

    The adjective “llenyddol” (which means “literary”) is a useful Welsh term because Wales has an important literary heritage that includes the Mabinogion, a collection of ancient Welsh stories.

  750. twll
    [noun]
    (hole)
  751. dyfodol
    [noun]
    (future)
  752. achub
    [verb]
    (to save)
  753. ymwneud
    [verb]
    (to be involved)
  754. gwarchod
    [verb]
    (to guard/to protect)
  755. cofio
    [verb]
    (to remember)
  756. cyfoethog
    [adjective]
    (wealthy/rich)
  757. fy
    [pronoun]
    (my)
  758. disgwyl
    [verb]
    (to wait/to expect)
  759. cam
    [noun]
    (step/wrong)
  760. olynol
    [adjective]
    (subsequent)
  761. celfyddyd
    [noun]
    (art)
  762. gwella
    [verb]
    (to improve/to heal)
  763. rhwydwaith
    [noun]
    (network)
  764. Gwyddeleg
    [proper noun]
    (Irish (language))

    The Welsh word “Gwyddeleg” refers to the Irish language. Both Welsh and Irish are Celtic languages, but their vocabulary differs significantly. See for instance how the most frequently used Irish words differ from the corresponding Welsh words.

  765. cefnfor
    [noun]
    (ocean)
  766. sianel
    [noun]
    (channel)
  767. annog
    [verb]
    (to encourage)
  768. siopa
    [verb]
    (to shop)
  769. ceffyl
    [noun]
    (horse)
  770. mewnol
    [adjective]
    (internal)
  771. peiriant
    [noun]
    (machine)
  772. nos
    [noun]
    (night)
  773. seiclo
    [verb]
    (cycling)
  774. amryw
    [adjective]
    (various)
  775. anghywir
    [adjective]
    (incorrect)
  776. fferm
    [noun]
    (farm)
  777. gwrthrych
    [noun]
    (object)
  778. aur
    [noun]
    (gold)
  779. sut
    [adverb]
    (how)
  780. brodorol
    [adjective]
    (native)
  781. tymor
    [noun]
    (season)
  782. canlynol
    [adjective]
    (following)
  783. eithaf
    [noun/adverb]
    (extreme/most)
  784. bwrdd
    [noun]
    (board/table)
  785. bro
    [noun]
    (country)
  786. ysgrif
    [noun]
    (writing/script)
  787. brwydro
    [verb]
    (fight)
  788. cystadlu
    [verb]
    (compete)
  789. telyn
    [noun]
    (harp)

    The Welsh word “Telyn” refers to the harp (the musical instrument). It is one of the national symbols of Wales and it is part of the country’s musical traditions.

  790. dwywaith
    [adverb]
    (twice)
  791. darganfod
    [verb]
    (discover)
  792. esbonio
    [verb]
    (explain)
  793. lled
    [noun]
    (width, adjective)
  794. ein
    [pronoun]
    (our)
  795. golygfa
    [noun]
    (view, scene)
  796. cyfieithu
    [verb]
    (translate)
  797. addasu
    [verb]
    (adapt)
  798. siart
    [noun]
    (chart)
  799. siaradwr
    [noun]
    (speaker)
  800. hallt
    [adjective]
    (salty)
  801. Duw
    [noun]
    (God)
  802. esgob
    [noun]
    (bishop)
  803. blaen
    [noun]
    (front)
  804. gwahaniaethu
    [verb]
    (discriminate)
  805. dymuno
    [verb]
    (wish)
  806. dathlu
    [verb]
    (celebrate)
  807. deddf
    [noun]
    (law)
  808. ambell
    [adjective]
    (some, occasional)
  809. eira
    [noun]
    (snow)
  810. union
    [adjective]
    (direct)
  811. archwilio
    [verb]
    (to inspect)
  812. adrodd
    [verb]
    (to report)
  813. cyfrif
    [noun]
    (account/count)
  814. drws
    [noun]
    (door)
  815. bwyta
    [verb]
    (to eat)
  816. penderfynu
    [verb]
    (to decide)
  817. ocsigen
    [noun]
    (oxygen)
  818. darlunio
    [verb]
    (to illustrate/picture)
  819. cyfraniad
    [noun]
    (contribution)
  820. ledled
    [adverb]
    (throughout)
  821. ymarfer
    [verb]
    (to practice)
  822. gwyddor
    [noun]
    (science)
  823. perfformiad
    [noun]
    (performance)
  824. wyneb
    [noun]
    (face/surface)
  825. taflu
    [verb]
    (to throw)
  826. swyddfa
    [noun]
    (office)
  827. olwyn
    [noun]
    (wheel)
  828. cul
    [adjective]
    (narrow)
  829. craig
    [noun]
    (rock)
  830. cân
    [noun]
    (song)
  831. chweched
    [ordinal number]
    (sixth)
  832. peth
    [noun]
    (thing)
  833. mynychu
    [verb]
    (attend)
  834. cymorth
    [noun]
    (support)
  835. gwahaniaeth
    [noun]
    (difference)
  836. golwg
    [noun]
    (look, view)
  837. olew
    [noun]
    (oil)
  838. poeth
    [adjective]
    (hot)
  839. fideo
    [noun]
    (video)
  840. carbon
    [noun]
    (carbon)
  841. edrych
    [verb]
    (look)
  842. deuddeg
    [numeral]
    (twelve)
  843. unigolyn
    [noun]
    (individual)
  844. dial
    [noun]
    (revenge)
  845. syml
    [adjective]
    (simple)
  846. ogof
    [noun]
    (cave)
  847. cyfreithiol
    [adjective]
    (legal)
  848. sgwâr
    [noun]
    (square)
  849. gwahardd
    [verb]
    (ban, prohibit)
  850. cysyniad
    [noun]
    (concept)
  851. effeithio
    [verb]
    (to affect)
  852. cyflawni
    [verb]
    (to achieve)
  853. sillaf
    [noun]
    (syllable)
  854. hyrwyddo
    [verb]
    (to promote)
  855. le
    [noun]
    (place)
  856. gwenith
    [noun]
    (wheat)
  857. llafar
    [adjective]
    (spoken)
  858. hwnt
    [adverb]
    (beyond)
  859. disgybl
    [noun]
    (pupil)
  860. canolog
    [adjective]
    (central)
  861. ymgeisio
    [verb]
    (to apply)
  862. diddorol
    [adjective]
    (interesting)
  863. dadleuol
    [adjective]
    (controversial)
  864. prawf
    [noun]
    (test)
  865. Rhiannon
    [proper noun]
    (Rhiannon

    Rhiannon is a widely used female name in the Welsh language. For more examples, refer to this guide on Welsh girl names.

  866. mynwent
    [noun]
    (cemetery)
  867. Rwsia
    [proper noun]
    (Russia)
  868. ysgafn
    [adjective]
    (light (in weight))
  869. iechyd
    [noun]
    (health)
  870. chi
    [pronoun]
    (you (plural or formal))
  871. ffatri
    [noun]
    (factory)
  872. aflwyddiannus
    [adjective]
    (unsuccessful)
  873. tiwb
    [noun]
    (tube)
  874. anghydfod
    [noun]
    (dispute)
  875. hydrogen
    [noun]
    (hydrogen)
  876. march
    [noun]
    (horse)
  877. gafael
    [verb]
    (to grasp)
  878. manwl
    [adjective]
    (detailed)
  879. graddio
    [verb]
    (to grade)
  880. ffrind
    [noun]
    (friend)
  881. gofod
    [noun]
    (space)
  882. fan
    [noun]
    (place)
  883. Caerfyrddin
    [proper noun]
    (Carmarthen)
  884. anaf
    [noun]
    (injury)
  885. gorchuddio
    [verb]
    (to cover)
  886. cig
    [noun]
    (meat)
  887. bachgen
    [noun]
    (boy)
  888. gwely
    [noun]
    (bed)
  889. dysgu
    [verb]
    (to learn)
  890. egwyddor
    [noun]
    (principle)
  891. datgan
    [verb]
    (declare)
  892. iarll
    [noun]
    (earl)
  893. cwm
    [noun]
    (valley)
  894. arf
    [noun]
    (heirloom)
  895. ffynnon
    [noun]
    (spring (water source))
  896. clyfar
    [adjective]
    (clever)
  897. dwyn
    [verb]
    (steal)
  898. cyfateb
    [verb]
    (correspond)
  899. paratoi
    [verb]
    (prepare)
  900. post
    [noun]
    (post/mail)
  901. dafad
    [noun]
    (sheep)
  902. sail
    [noun]
    (basis)
  903. cofrestr
    [noun]
    (register)
  904. llu
    [noun]
    (host (large number))
  905. heddwch
    [noun]
    (peace)
  906. nawr
    [adverb]
    (now)
  907. bedd
    [noun]
    (grave)
  908. athrawes
    [noun]
    (teacher (female))
  909. cludo
    [verb]
    (carry/transport)
  910. effaith
    [noun]
    (effect)
  911. oriel
    [noun]
    (gallery)
  912. ysgrifen
    [verb]
    (to write)
  913. nant
    [noun]
    (stream)
  914. bae
    [noun]
    (bay)
  915. dwbl
    [adjective]
    (double)
  916. meddwl
    [noun]
    (thought)
  917. offer
    [noun]
    (tools/equipment)
  918. pwynt
    [noun]
    (point)
  919. cywydd
    [noun]
    (type of traditional Welsh verse)
  920. tunnell
    [noun]
    (tunnel)
  921. dosbarthiad
    [noun]
    (distribution)
  922. cyfrifiad
    [noun]
    (calculation)
  923. hwyr
    [adjective]
    (late)
  924. ci
    [noun]
    (dog)
  925. Almaen
    [proper noun]
    (Germany)
  926. hil
    [noun]
    (breed)
  927. llwyddiant
    [noun]
    (success)
  928. copi
    [noun]
    (copy)
  929. technoleg
    [noun]
    (technology)
  930. oer
    [adjective]
    (cold)
  931. disgyn
    [verb]
    (to fall)
  932. melys
    [adjective]
    (sweet)
  933. mynnu
    [verb]
    (to insist)
  934. dail
    [noun]
    (leaves)
  935. sefydlog
    [adjective]
    (stable)
  936. adennill
    [verb]
    (to recover)
  937. tiriogaeth
    [noun]
    (territory)
  938. pawb
    [pronoun]
    (everyone)
  939. glaw
    [noun]
    (rain)

    Rainy weather is not an unusual occurrence in Wales. That’s why the Welsh word “glaw” (which means “rain”) is commonly used.

  940. gwyddbwyll
    [noun]
    (chess)
  941. dillad
    [noun]
    (clothes)
  942. dodrefn
    [noun]
    (furniture)
  943. gramadeg
    [noun]
    (grammar)
  944. gwleidyddiaeth
    [noun]
    (politics)
  945. anghytuno
    [verb]
    (to disagree)
  946. ffrwd
    [noun]
    (stream)
  947. llwyd
    [adjective]
    (gray)
  948. cynffon
    [noun]
    (tail)
  949. safon
    [noun]
    (standard)
  950. Llanelli
    [proper noun]
    (Llanelli (a town in Wales))
  951. methu
    [verb]
    (to fail)
  952. sgil
    [noun]
    (skill)
  953. cefnogaeth
    [noun]
    (support)
  954. Caernarfon
    [proper noun]
    (Caernarfon (a town in Wales))
  955. tud
    [noun]
    (side (in the sense of aspect or page))
  956. Beibl
    [noun]
    (Bible)
  957. protest
    [noun]
    (protest)
  958. nodyn
    [noun]
    (note)
  959. uniongyrchol
    [adjective]
    (direct)
  960. dinistrio
    [verb]
    (to destroy)
  961. uno
    [verb]
    (to unite)
  962. adain
    [noun]
    (wing)
  963. arweiniad
    [noun]
    (leadership)
  964. unfed
    [ordinal number]
    (first (in a sequence))
  965. anrhydedd
    [noun]
    (honor)
  966. gwrthod
    [verb]
    (to refuse)
  967. gwin
    [noun]
    (wine)
  968. erfyn
    [verb]
    (to implore/beg)
  969. diolch
    [verb/noun]
    (thank(s)/to thank)
  970. carnedd
    [noun]
    (cairn)
  971. ffug
    [adjective]
    (fake)
  972. cyfuno
    [verb]
    (to combine)
  973. rheolwr
    [noun]
    (manager)
  974. cymal
    [noun]
    (link/joint/section)
  975. cysgu
    [verb]
    (to sleep)
  976. cefnogi
    [verb]
    (to support)
  977. terfynol
    [adjective]
    (final)
  978. cwpan
    [noun]
    (cup)
  979. canolbarth
    [noun]
    (midlands/central region)
  980. academi
    [noun]
    (academy)
  981. parcio
    [verb/noun]
    (to park/parking)
  982. cychwyn
    [verb]
    (to start)
  983. gyrrwr
    [noun]
    (driver)
  984. tudalen
    [noun]
    (page)
  985. mosg
    [noun]
    (moss)
  986. brig
    [noun]
    (top/peak/summit)
  987. enillydd
    [noun]
    (winner)
  988. plygu
    [verb]
    (fold)
  989. maen
    [noun]
    (stone)
  990. eistedd
    [verb]
    (sit)
  991. peintio
    [verb]
    (paint)
  992. oedolyn
    [noun]
    (adult)
  993. rhagor
    [noun/adverb]
    (more/superior)
  994. graff
    [adjective]
    (tough)
  995. dwfn
    [adjective]
    (deep)
  996. hynod
    [adjective]
    (remarkable)
  997. amrywiaeth
    [noun]
    (variety)
  998. Cristnogol
    [adjective]
    (Christian)
  999. ymgeisydd
    [noun]
    (candidate)
  1000. diniwed
    [adjective]
    (innocent)
  1001. hawdd
    [adjective]
    (easy)
  1002. clod
    [noun]
    (praise)
  1003. melin
    [noun]
    (mill)
  1004. w
    [preposition]
    (from)
  1005. metel
    [noun]
    (metal)
  1006. symudiad
    [noun]
    (movement)
  1007. ymosod
    [verb]
    (attack)
  1008. maeth
    [noun]
    (nourishment)
  1009. perthnasol
    [adjective]
    (relevant)
  1010. gwrthwynebiad
    [noun]
    (opposition)
  1011. tocyn
    [noun]
    (ticket)
  1012. arolwg
    [noun]
    (survey/review)
  1013. trin
    [verb]
    (treat/handle)
  1014. delio
    [verb]
    (deal)
  1015. biolegol
    [adjective]
    (biological)
  1016. uned
    [noun]
    (unit)
  1017. awyren
    [noun]
    (airplane)
  1018. buddugol
    [adjective]
    (victorious)
  1019. tad
    [noun]
    (father)
  1020. cofnodi
    [verb]
    (record)
  1021. munud
    [noun]
    (minute)
  1022. ffrio
    [verb]
    (fry)
  1023. ymateb
    [noun]
    (response)
  1024. addas
    [adjective]
    (suitable)
  1025. trwm
    [adjective]
    (heavy)
  1026. platfform
    [noun]
    (platform)
  1027. pysgota
    [verb]
    (fishing)
  1028. tân
    [noun]
    (fire)
  1029. uwchradd
    [adjective]
    (upgrade)
  1030. cynnydd
    [noun]
    (progress)
  1031. trafod
    [verb]
    (discuss)
  1032. perfformio
    [verb]
    (perform)
  1033. cyfle
    [noun]
    (opportunity)
  1034. meddiannu
    [verb]
    (occupy)
  1035. sedd
    [noun]
    (seat)
  1036. defnyddiwr
    [noun]
    (user)
  1037. pridd
    [noun]
    (soil)
  1038. gwrthgymdeithasol
    [adjective]
    (antisocial)
  1039. ti
    [pronoun]
    (you)
  1040. afreolaidd
    [adjective]
    (irregular)
  1041. taith
    [noun]
    (journey)
  1042. dwys
    [adjective]
    (intense)
  1043. mam
    [noun]
    (mother)
  1044. brenhinol
    [adjective]
    (royal)
  1045. anhysbys
    [adjective]
    (unknown)
  1046. ymyl
    [noun]
    (edge)
  1047. lein
    [noun]
    (line)
  1048. arddangosfa
    [noun]
    (exhibition)
  1049. caru
    [verb]
    (to love)
  1050. gorsaf
    [noun]
    (station)
  1051. cop
    [noun]
    (summit)
  1052. llen
    [noun]
    (sheet)
  1053. eisiau
    [verb]
    (to need, want)
  1054. llanw
    [noun]
    (tide)
  1055. clywed
    [verb]
    (to hear)
  1056. cwmpas
    [noun]
    (scope, circumference)
  1057. dawn
    [noun]
    (gift, talent)
  1058. Olympaidd
    [adjective]
    (Olympic)
  1059. peri
    [verb]
    (to cause)
  1060. argraffu
    [verb]
    (to print)
  1061. datrys
    [verb]
    (to solve)
  1062. cell
    [noun]
    (cell)
  1063. therapi
    [noun]
    (therapy)
  1064. sudd
    [noun]
    (juice)
  1065. anodd
    [adjective]
    (difficult)
  1066. oni
    [conjunction]
    (unless)
  1067. apêl
    [noun]
    (appeal)
  1068. Llydaweg
    [proper noun]
    (Breton)

    The Welsh word “Llydaweg” refers to Breton, a language native to the Brittany region in the west of France. Both Welsh and Breton are Celtic languages.

  1069. degawd
    [noun]
    (decade)
  1070. dyna
    [pronoun]
    (that (there))
  1071. gwrthdaro
    [noun]
    (conflict)
  1072. diogelwch
    [noun]
    (security)
  1073. cynhadledd
    [noun]
    (conference)
  1074. penderfyniad
    [noun]
    (decision)
  1075. ffurfiol
    [adjective]
    (formal)
  1076. llif
    [noun]
    (flow)
  1077. del
    [adjective]
    (pretty)

    The Welsh adjective “del” (which means “pretty”) is a useful vocabulary word; it is often used when giving compliments in Welsh.

  1078. trwyn
    [noun]
    (nose)
  1079. tylwyth
    [noun]
    (family or clan)
  1080. ewythr
    [noun]
    (uncle)
  1081. ŵyr
    [noun]
    (grandson)
  1082. fas
    [noun]
    (base)
  1083. araf
    [adjective]
    (slow)