[Spellyans] war gamm

Hedley Climo eddie_climo at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Jan 11 14:09:49 GMT 2013

Sorry, Ray, but the {free, PDF) downloadable Geiriadur Pryfysgol Cymru disagrees with you:
>  nant. 
>    (a) river, stream, brook, rivulet
>    (b) valley, glen, dale, ravine, gorge

Eddie Climo

On 2013 Gen 11, at 10:09, Ray Chubb wrote:

> A prime example is Cornish 'nans' and Welsh 'nant'.  In Cornish it means a valley, in Welsh it means the stream in the bottom of the valley.
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