[Spellyans] Is there a future for the SWF?

Daniel Prohaska daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Wed May 23 23:55:30 BST 2012

This persistent urban myth that "Welsh" means "foreign". It doesn't. It was the Germanic word for "Celtic" derived from the name of the Celtic tribe the Roman's called the "Volcae" - "Welsh" means "Celt". The Southern Germans call their romanised Celtic neighbours "die Welschen". It has nothing to do with "foreigner".

On May 23, 2012, at 6:15 PM, Eddie Climo wrote:

> Indeed, like renaming the Cymru and the Kernowyon as foreigners: Welsh and Cornwelsh!
> Then some of the blighters have the gall to compain about the 'racist negative slur' of such neutral Celtic words as 'Sassunach', 'Sows' and 'Saws'.
> Wonder where theose -ve connotations spring from?!
> Eddie Climo
> On 2012 Me 23, at 11:22, Christian Semmens wrote:
>> The English renamed a lot of things, including people as well as places.
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