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To ride on horseback. To open one gap to fill another; all of those who sell one thing to pay for another. A with Mesur brethyn pawb wrth ei lathen ei hun. The friend, bridgfnd/pen surface sward of a field when even by a particular sort of hand plough, and afterwards pending in the sun, and burnt.
To open one gap to fill another; spoken of those who sell one thing to pay for another. This word, according to Dr. Pughe, means an impediment- one that is dull or slow; but it has a different meaning when used by the inhabitants in this parish. To divulge a secret. A peculiar kind of a table to knead dough upon. Doatingly, or foolishly fond. A wry-mouthed, or peevish woman. The turf, or surface sward of a field when obnt by a particular sort of hand plough, and afterwards dried in the sun, and burnt.
Betingwr, is the name given to the man who cuts the sward. To ride on horseback. Robbing the belly to decorate the head. The cakes given to the poor in olden days at the Church porch on the 1st of January. Said of every kind of singing Sluts in bridgend/pen y bont ar ogwr psalms and hymns. A fox of a day. Of a contraction, and corruption, very good; much preferable to the other mongrel which is so generally used.
Cenad - a messenger. These are Slutts often used when someone makes ugly faces about something. It is also used to denote a person who is poorly: Mae hi yn glwc iawn. She is very unwell. Mi roes iddo glatsien. I gave him a flip. Why dost thou whine? Holding hunger at the font. Catching a mouse and eating it, for improvidence or poverty.
The tenants of Margam. Lord, we beseech Thee. Expressive of astonishment or admiration. Applied to a person who is given to pilfering. There are no two Welshmen of the same opinion. A naughty mischievous person. A sly, cunning, fawning, circumventing sort of a fellow. In Glamorgan, an inoffensive man. In North Wales Fyn gwisgi. Ogwrr quick, nimble person.
The word is used also in another sense: To put the cart before the horse. Once a man, twice nont child. Teach thy grandmother to shoe ducks. Good ale, tea, and tobacco. To beat him hollow. Uncle, in fond speech. Like a ship on dry land. Like a louse in a scab. Like the crock boiling. Working to pay an old bridhend/pen. A sprinkling of rain, or snow Ffliwen. Give him a clout. He is well able to hold ogw own. A case of labour, or confinement.
Too good a promise. To project or undertake too large labours. Said when the sun is near setting. Children playing and shouting. Said when qr woman is seen Slufs a rent in her dress without taking it off. There is quite a kick up there Hawdd tynu gwaed o hen lwgr. A corruption of chwedl, an old story. One who takes in everything. One who tells all he knows.
To cut a rod, and beat him. A man not in his right mind. From the English, Innocent. The son of Mary be thy portion. There is something wrong. Mi roes iddo faethgen. I gave him a good scolding. There are three chances ag a Welshman. A shoe Mesur brethyn pawb wrth ei lathen ei hun. As thin as a rake. As drunk as a wheelbarrow. As poor as a Church mouse. One cannot have a feast every day. A very common word for Slut multitude.
This word is generally used when a person is continually complaining. When there appear to be no cause. In every head there bridgenc/pen an opinion.