What Kind Of American English Do You Speak??

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by N Gauger, Mar 18, 2006.

  1. Meiriongwril

    Meiriongwril Member

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    100 British English (they invented it), plus Cymraeg (Welsh) - we were there even before the English
  2. Joepomp

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    100% Jerzee
    Joey, Viney, Bobey, Frankey
    How yous doing.
  3. RailRon

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    Hey Meiriongwril, is this name name in Cymraeg? And if so, what does it mean?

    Ron
  4. Meiriongwril

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    Hi Ron,
    Both parts are from place names (and the place names from people): Meirion is the county where I was born (Meirionydd) named for an early King Meirion; Gwril is from the village Llwyngwril, 'the grove of [Saint] Gwril'.

    Hwyl i Bawb! (cheers to everyone):wave: