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AN

ENGLISH AND WELSH

DICTIONARY,

WHEREIN, NOT ONLY

THE WORDS,

BUT ALSO, THE

IDIOMS AND PHRASEOLOGY

OF THE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ARE CAREFULLY TRANSLATED INTO WELSH,

BY PROPER AND EQUIVALENT

WORDS AND PHRASES:

WITRA

REGULAR INTERSPERSION OF THE ENGLISH PROVERBS AND PROVERBIAL EXPRESSIONS,

RENDERED BY CORRESPONDING ONES IN THE

welsh Tongue.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

BY THE REV. JOHN WALTERS,

Rector of Llandough, Glamorganshire.

Lexicon hoc tandem vulgatum (ep accipe) curat

Ne tendas dabio tramite, lector, iter.

THE THIRD EDITION, CORRECTED AND IMPROVED.

VOL. II.

CLWYDIAN-PRESS:

DENBIGH, PRINTED AND SOLD BY THOMAS GEE:

SOLD ALSO BY
Baldwin and Cradock, 47, Paternoster-row, and J. Jones, 3, Duke-street, West Smithfield, London; Messrs.
Poole and Harding, Chester and Carnarvon; R. Saunderson, Bala; W. Shone, Bangor;

R. Jones, Ruthin; and all other Booksellers in the Principality.

MDCCCXXVIII.

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AN

ENGLISH-WELSH

DICTIONARY.

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KEE KA’LENDER, and Kalends. See Calendar, Kéelson, s. (a piece of timber above the keel and Calends.

in a ship] Darn o bren yngwaelod llong a en. Káli, s. (sea-wrack or glass-wort, the ashes of wir felly.

which is nsed in making glass} Gwyg (dy. Keen, a. (sharp, &c.] Llym, awch-lym, awchus,

lusg, ysnoden) y môr-gwmmon, gwimmon. A keen knife, Cyllell lem. As keen as a razor, Kárl-cat, See Carle- (he) cat.

Cyn llymmed a'r ellyn. As keen as musKárl-bemp, s. Cywarch gwrryw.

tard (Prov.] Cyn llymmed a'r nodwydd ddûr. Kástrel, or kestrel, s. (a sort of hawk] Cidyll Keen, (vehement, &c.] See Eager, and Ardent

(cudyll) côch, y genlli (geinllef) gôch, &c. [eager, &c.] Kátharine, or Catharine, s. [a woman's name] Keen, a. (applied to winds, weather, &c. severe, Catrin, Catring, Calling.

piercing, or excessively cold] Llym, llymKaw, s. (the cry of a crow, of a jack-daw] Cre; dost, tost-lym, teneu-lym, blyng-lym, oerllyd cogor.

tost, du-oer, oer anoddef, I yn blingo y To kaw, o. n. (make a noise like a crow, a jack- ffordd y cerddo. daw, &c.] Crëu ; cogor.

Keen, a. (applied to expressions, &c. tart, punTo kaw for breath. See to Breathe short, &c. gent, or satirical] Llym, pigowg-lym, sur. To keck, V. n. (as one does when something lym, tost-lym, tost, pigog, yn brathu, yn cnoi.

sticks in the throat, or when the stomach Keen, a. (sharp, sharp-set, or hungry] Awchheaves at something nauseous] Corn-daga lym (awchus, llym ei awch) at fwyd, awydd(cryn dago ;) bod ar (yn barod i) chwyda ; us i fwyd, gwangcns. bod â gorwyd (gwrthwypeb) arno wrth Keen, a. (applied to the understanding, &c. saweled rhyw ffieidd -beth ; bod cylla un yn gacious Synhwyr-lym, llym (crâff, cyflym) codi (cwnna, ymhoelyd) yn erbyn rhyw ei ddeall, &c. cyfrwys, ystrywus, &c. See beth aflan.

Cunning (subtil, &c.] To keckle a cable, (hind about] Bancawio rhaff Keen, [implying the disposition ; rigorous, &c.]

angor, amrwymo rhåff angor â chordyn rhag See Austere (rigid, severe.] ei threulio.

Kéenly, ad. Yn llym, yn awch-lym. Kecks, s. (dry sticks, stalks) Briwydd, crâs Kéenness, s. Llymder, awchusrwydd, awch, galaf, creision.

afwch. Kedge, or kedger, 8. (a small anchor used in hal- Keenness [vehemence) of desire, of pursait, &c.

ing a vessel up or down a narrow river against See Eagerness, Ardency (eagerness, &c.) and the wind and tide] Angoryn (angor bychan) i an ardent Desire (under D.) lasgo llong wrtho ar hyd afon, neu trwy gyf- Keenness of appetite, Awch at (awydd neu yng-le, yn erbyn y dŵr a'r gwynt; angor addug i) fwyd, llym-chwant am beth i'w Husgo, llasg-angor.

fwytta, llymder cylla ; gwangc. To kedge, Linsgo yn erbyn y dŵr a'r gwynt. Keenness of expression. See Acrimony, BitKeel of a ship, Trum-bren (trum-wydd, trum, terness, &c. cil) llong.

Keenness, [implying the disposition, severity, Keel, keeler, or keel-fat, s. (a vessel for cooling rigorousness.) See Austereness.

wort] Twba brecci, ciler frecci, twba, ciler; Keenness, [of the weather, &c. severity, coldcerwyn.

ness, or sharpness] Llymder, blynyder, snr. To keel the pot, (cool, or prevent from boiling ni, lym-surni, gerwindeb, oerder, oerni, over] Coethi'r crochan, diboethi.

Hym-oerni, &c.
To keel-hale a criminal at sea shale from one To keep, o. a. Cadw, gwarchadw, &c.

side of the vessel to the other, under the To keep, v. a. [have the keeping of] Cadw, keel, by a rope) Llusgo (tynnu) dan y trom- achadw, gwarchadw, gwarchod, areilio. wydd, I tynnu trwy'r tonnau.

To keep (retain) anger, Cadw (dal) digofaint, Kéeliog-fish, s. Rhyw fòr-bysg.

dal llid, Jer, iii. 12. VOL. II.

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