Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby YngNghymru » 2012-03-16, 16:43

Sorri, na i sgwennu rhywbeth rwan - o'n i am ymuno, ond doedd dim gynna i'r amser i feddwl pan deipis i'r peth 'na.

Nac ydw, dw i'm yn hoffi ysgrifennu - mae'n well gen i deipio neu siarad. Mae fy ysgrifennu'n anodd ei ddarllen, i fi hyd yn oed!

Ydy hi'n anodd i'r person o dana' i ffeindio pethau i'w deud ar yr edau 'ma?
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2012-03-16, 17:05

YngNghymru wrote:Ydy hi'n anodd i'r person o dana' i ffeindio pethau i'w deud ar yr edau 'ma?

Dydy hi'm yn rhy anodd i mi. Ffeindio'r geiriau cymwys yn y Gymraeg--dyna'r anhawster!

Bydd y person o dana fi wedi ateb i hynny heb edrych mewn geiriadur.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Wishful Learner » 2012-11-04, 11:31

Beth ydw i'n mynd i ateb heb eiriadur? Y cwestiwn YngNghymru?

Nac ydw, dw i ddim yn mynd i ateb y cwestiwn heb eiriadur, achos dw i ddim yn gwybod llawer o eiriau. Mae hi'n anodd i mi ffeindio pethau i'w dweud achos dw i ddim yn gwybod llawer yn Cymraeg.

Mae'r person o dana' i hoffi casglu pethau.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-05, 3:13

Wishful Learner wrote:Beth ydw i'n mynd i ateb heb eiriadur? Y cwestiwn YngNghymru?

Nac ydw, dw i ddim yn mynd i ateb y cwestiwn heb eiriadur, achos dw i ddim yn gwybod llawer o eiriau. Mae hi'n anodd i mi ffeindio pethau i'w dweud achos dw i ddim yn gwybod llawer yn Cymraeg.

Mae'r person o dana' i'n hoffi casglu pethau.
:? Efallai. Dydw i ddim yn gwybod.

Mae cath 'da'r person o dana i. (yeah, yeah, I always say that :roll: )
I hope no one minds my asking in English, but how come there's an exclusively Welsh and no other version of this thread on the forum titled "Celtic Languages"? Not that this is in my personal interest, as I'm only really doing Welsh right now, but it seems like we should, well, you know, have a little more equity -- on' ddylen?

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2012-11-05, 16:22

Llawygath wrote:I hope no one minds my asking in English, but how come there's an exclusively Welsh and no other version of this thread on the forum titled "Celtic Languages"? Not that this is in my personal interest, as I'm only really doing Welsh right now, but it seems like we should, well, you know, have a little more equity -- on' ddylen?


Dw i ddim yn deall y cwestiwn. There's an Irish version of the game here: http://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=126&t=22160, a Scots-Gaelic version here: http://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=126&t=26878, and a Manx version here: http://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=126&t=28166. There might also have been Cornish and Breton version at one time, but I didn't see them. I only went back ten pages in the thread, however.

If you're asking why there isn't a pan-Celtic version of the game, keep in mind that the decision to merge these six fora into one was made less than a year ago. Feel free to start one, but I frankly don't see the need or the desirability.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2012-11-05, 18:49

Llawygath wrote:
Mae'r person o dana' i'n hoffi casglu pethau.
:? Efallai. Dydw i ddim yn gwybod.

Fyddi di'n casglu pethau neu beidio?

Llawygath wrote:Mae cath 'da'r person o dana i.

Ydy. "Bū-chan" yw ei henw.

Mae'r person o dana i wedi disbaddu ei anifail anwes.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-05, 22:37

linguoboy wrote:
Llawygath wrote:I hope no one minds my asking in English, but how come there's an exclusively Welsh and no other version of this thread on the forum titled "Celtic Languages"? Not that this is in my personal interest, as I'm only really doing Welsh right now, but it seems like we should, well, you know, have a little more equity -- on' ddylen?


Dw i ddim yn deall y cwestiwn. [snip]
Oh, sorry -- I was too lazy to go and dig up those other threads. Silly me. I thought they might be around somewhere, but didn't bother to check. Diolch yn fawr! :)

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-05, 22:45

linguoboy wrote:
Llawygath wrote:
Mae'r person o dana' i'n hoffi casglu pethau.
:? Efallai. Dydw i ddim yn gwybod.

Fyddi di'n casglu pethau neu beidio?
[beidio] "No matches."
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Llawygath wrote:Mae cath 'da'r person o dana i.

Ydy. "Bū-chan" yw ei henw.
Diolch. Ei henw [enw?] Tsieineaidd, on'dydy? Mae saith enw arall 'da hi.
linguoboy wrote:Mae'r person o dana i wedi disbaddu ei anifail anwes.
Dydw i ddim yn deall. "The person after me has castrated his/her animal indulgence"? :?

Mae'r person o dana i'n byw yng Nghanada.

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2012-11-05, 23:05

Llawygath wrote:Ei henw [enw?] Tsieineaidd, on'dydy?

Nag ydy. Ei henw Tsieineaidd yw "小黃帝". Enw Siapaneaidd yw "Bū-chan".

Llawygath wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Mae'r person o dana i wedi disbaddu ei anifail anwes.
Dydw i ddim yn deall. "The person after me has castrated his/her animal indulgence"? :?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/welshdictionary/cy-en/anifail+anwes
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-06, 2:06

linguoboy wrote:
Llawygath wrote:Ei henw [enw?] Tsieineaidd, on'dydy?

Nag ydy. Ei henw Tsieineaidd yw "小黃帝". Enw Siapaneaidd yw "Bū-chan".
Diolch. Beth yw'r pinyin i "小黃帝"? Wyt ti'n gwybod?
linguoboy wrote:
Llawygath wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Mae'r person o dana i wedi disbaddu ei anifail anwes.
Dydw i ddim yn deall. "The person after me has castrated his/her animal indulgence"? :?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/welshdictionary/cy-en/anifail+anwes
Dw i'n gweld.
Nac ydw, dydw i ddim wedi disbaddu fy anifail anwes.
Dydy linguoboy dim yn byw yng Nghanada. (wrth gwrs) :P

(ddylwnga i ddim yn meddwl o dim byd i ddweud :roll: )
Edit: Oh, fooey. Please forget that last parenthetic thingie -- it says "I shouldn't think of anything to say"! :oops: I meant "I can't think of anything to say", or ga i ddim yn meddwl o dim byd i ddweud, I think. still true...

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-11, 0:02

Hmph, I suppose I've been holding up the thread with my refusal to come up with anything to say. :roll: I only have dumb stuff to say, but then...

Mae'r person o dana i'n darllen y papur.

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby YngNghymru » 2012-11-12, 2:23

cael is 'to be allowed to'. People do use it in a more general sense of 'can', but prescriptively for that you want gallu.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-13, 15:16

I'm going to try to discuss Yng's comment on "Croeso i'r Gymraeg!" because I don't want to hijack this any further. Okay, Yng?

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Wishful Learner » 2012-11-13, 22:36

Llawygath wrote:Hmph, I suppose I've been holding up the thread with my refusal to come up with anything to say. :roll: I only have dumb stuff to say, but then...

Mae'r person o dana i'n darllen y papur.


Ydw, dw i'n hoffi ei ddarllen e.

Mae'r person o dana i'n edrych y teledu.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2012-11-13, 22:54

Wishful Learner wrote:Mae'r person o dana i'n edrych ar y teledu.

Nag ydw, rw i yn y swyddfa eto.

Does dim teledu gyda'r person o dana fi.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-22, 20:40

linguoboy wrote:Does dim teledu gyda'r person o dana fi.
Nag oes.

Mae plant 'da'r person o dana i.

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-11-26, 23:00

Llawygath wrote:Nac oes.
Both spellings are correct, but I'm trying to train myself to use nac.

Paid â siarad Saesneg yma, Llawygath.

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-12-24, 2:58

Llawygath wrote:Mae plant 'da'r person o dana i.

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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby Wishful Learner » 2013-01-31, 17:42

Nac oes, dw i'n ifanc!

Mae'r person o dana' i wedi gadael ei teulu fe.
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Re: Mae'r person o dana' i... (gêm)

Postby linguoboy » 2013-01-31, 18:19

Wishful Learner wrote:Nac oes, dw i'n ifanc!

Mae'n bosibl bod plant 'da pobl ifanc hefyd.

Wishful Learner wrote:Mae'r person o dana' i wedi gadael ei deulu fe.

Ydw, gadawes i nhw yn St Louis pan ddes i i Sicago gynta.

Mae'r person o dana fi'n amddifad.
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