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  • proper n. The Welsh language as it existed from about 800 until the early twelfth century (when it developed into Middle Welsh), not readily intelligible to modern Welsh speakers.

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Examples

  • The song's in Old Welsh, Ernst. My grandfather taught it to me when I was a pup.

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