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The Welsh dialect of Llangynwyd, Mid Glamorgan

Llangynwyd Welsh

[image: cofio iwso maen carrag]

cofio iwso maen carrag

Listen to Richard Giffith Thomas from south-east Wales talking in a Llangynwyd dialect of Welsh in Chapter 2 of this story.

The recording

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An example of the Welsh dialect of south-east Wales. Richard Griffith Thomas of Llangynwyd was born in 1894 and recorded by St Fagans:National History Museum

An example of the Welsh dialect of the Llangynwyd area in south-east Wales by Richard Giffith Thomas. There is a transcript in the Welsh language version of the chapter.

Notes on the recording

[image: cofio iwso maen carrag]

cofio iwso maen carrag

Please see the Welsh version of this story for notes on the recordings.

Article Date: 17 May 2010

2 comments

Amgueddfa Cymru on 2 May 2012, 11:35

Dear John, thank you for your comment. 'carrag' (carreg/cerrig), means 'rock', or 'stone' in English.

John on 2 May 2012, 10:41

what does carrag mean in english? please

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