Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by N Gauger, Mar 18, 2006.
100 British English (they invented it), plus Cymraeg (Welsh) - we were there even before the English
Joey, Viney, Bobey, Frankey
How yous doing.
Hey Meiriongwril, is this name name in Cymraeg? And if so, what does it mean?
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)
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