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Welsh situations staged a rally recently to highlight what some see as a growing threat to their native language. Statistics indicates that levels of Welsh fluency are dropping to new lows, with only 19% of the population. 10 years ago, the number sat at 21% – a slow decline, perhaps, but still a clear [...]
Over 650 people in Wales speak Welsh. This Celtic language is also used by the Welsh colony in Patagonia and Argentina. Welsh is also spoken in parts of England, Canada, Australia, USA, Scotland and New Zealand. The language has regular and phonetic spelling. The names of certain locations may confuse a [...]
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Welsh belongs to the Brittonic branch of the Celtic languages (Gaelic languages being the other branch). It has a total of 750,000 speakers, mostly in Wales (UK) but also as far as Argentina (Patagonia), where there is a Welsh colony of 25,000 people. The Welsh language has enjoyed a revival since 1993, when it was given equal status with English in the public sector in Wales.
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This dictionary was made by Robert Bassford.
List status: © Robert Bassford
Welsh > English: 4,180 words
English > Welsh: 3,793 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: 1997
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