Translation for 'Welsh' from English to Norwegian
ADJ   Welsh | - | -
NOUN1   Welsh [language] | -
NOUN2   - | the Welsh [people]
VERB   to welsh | welshed | welshed
welshing | welshes
SYNO Cambrian | Cymric | Cymry | ...
walisisk {adj}Welsh
walisisk {m}
walisisk {n} [ubøy.]
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Translation for 'Welsh' from English to Norwegian

walisisk {adj}

walisisk {m}lingv.

walisisk {n} [ubøy.]lingv.

Usage Examples English
  • Alun has been a scrum and defence coach for over 11 years, coaching Ospresy academy, 4 six nations and a World Cup in 2014 with welsh women’s national team.
  • Until the 20th century, the principal language in Llangynidr was Welsh.
  • Skoulding has written lyrics for the Welsh musicians Rheinallt H Rowlands and David Wrench, with whom she also played bass. She has performed with the "anglo-welsh kosmische supergroup" The Serpents.
  • "Funnybones" ("Sgerbyde" in welsh) )is a British children's television comedy series, which originally aired on S4C in Wales, and on BBC One with BBC Two showing repeats elsewhere in the United Kingdom from 29 September to 15 December 1992.
  • The first trial compared 3 bio-coals to traditional welsh coal, and the second pitted the best performing of these bio-coals against the welsh coal again, but under harsher conditions.

  • The park also contains most of the remaining individuals of the rare plant known as Welsh's milkweed ("Asclepias welshii"), a federally listed threatened species.
  • The Club since their formation have risen through the welsh pyramid system.
  • Sauro was born July 19, 1960 in Dyfed, Wales. He grew up in the village of Llangolman in Pembrokeshire and attended the welsh comprehensive school Ysgol y Preseli.
  • The town now produces eggs, "hakusai" Chinese cabbage and "negi", the Japanese welsh onion.
  • This has since been rebranded as "the welsh agenda" to maintain brand consistency with the biannual magazine.

  • The family owned whole streets of commercial property in Birmingham, including part of New Street, as well as welsh slate quarries and mines in Llanberis via the Llanberis Slate Company, including Bryn Bras Castle.
  • He went on to win the 2018 Austrian Darts Open by defeating Gerwyn Price 8-5 in the final. This meant that he was the first welsh winner on the PDC European tour.
  • He was the grandson of Hoel III King of Brittany and descended from Aldroen grandson of Cynan Meiriadog of the Welsh tale Breuddwyd Macsen Wledig via his son Gwereg the historical "Erec" from the Breton Romance Erec et Enid.
  • The name derives from the welsh language meaning "the head of the grove".
  • He attended the welsh-speaking primary school Ysgol Gynradd Penybont and then went on to Welsh-speaking secondary school Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari, where he completed his GCSEs and A-Levels.

  • First writing, directing and as the head story-liner on the Royal Television Society Awards winning welsh drama "Nuts and Bolts".
  • Emergency planning in Wales is carried out in line with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 however as a result of devolution it is managed with its own ‘welsh flavour.’ For instance there are unique bodies operating in Wales like The Joint Emergency Services Group (JESG) and there is involvement from The Welsh Government.
  • At the northeast corner of the roof is an L-shaped stone bench. Providing good views of the welsh hills beyond.
  • Built from thick, rubble filled stone walls with fine detailing to the quoins and a welsh slate roof.
  • Randall attended Ysgol Plasmawr, a welsh school in Cardiff where he studied Sports & Art.

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