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  • They should try to at least make him look like an ancient gael/celt with description cues right from the howard books

    First Sneak Peeks of Jason Momoa as Conan!

  • Blogmenai (Welsh): Llafur i gael tair yn etholiadau Ewrop?

    The week that was

  • Ordo - ti'n cyfieithu stwff Vaughan yn rhy sydyn - gan i ni gael cyfle i'w ddarllen yn Gymraeg gyntaf 'chan!

    Blood on his hands

  • Ond oherwydd i "Hen Lafur" gael ei thrin mor wael ers 1997, mae prin yw'r cefnogwyr traddodiadol sydd yn fodlon rhoi o'u hamser i gefnogi.

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  • Am y tro, dwi'n mynd i gael gwydr o gwrw o flaen y teledu, cyn mynd i'r gwely'n gynnar.

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  • Mae rhai ohonom ni yn teimlo bod yr arf yma yn cael ei gam-ddefnyddio, gyda penderfyniadau sydd wedi cael eu gwneud yn draws-bleidiol, a thrwy proses hir o bwyllgor a gweithgor, yn cael eu gohirio am fisoedd er mwyn i rai aelodau o'r Cyngor gael defnyddio'r siambr i chwarae i'r galeri.

    Buddugoliaeth i bwy?

  • Y neges dwi'n ei gael o'r datganiad yw bod y Gymraeg i'w ystyried yn eilbeth o fewn Plaid Cymru.

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  • Does dim rhaid i'r tai fforddiadwy gael eu gwerthu o gwbl.

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  • Yn dilyn fy mlogiad dwy-ieithog, dwi wedi cael y fraint a'r anrhydedd o gael fy nghynnwys yn Dayley Dozen Iain Dale.

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  • Mae polisi Tai Fforddiadwy Gwynedd - polisi Plaid Cymru - yn sicrhau bod tai ar gael i bobl leol eu rhentu, prynnu neu adeiladu, a hynny am bris sydd yn llai na phris y farchnad.

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  • Breadbasket.

    October 2, 2009

  • And, for extra credit, what is the English form of the surname "Breathnach"? (the usual spelling in modern Irish orthography, which no longer uses the séimhiú, the little diacritical dot that used to be placed over certain consonants (in this case the 't' and the 'c') to soften them, instead placing a 'h' after the consonant in question)

    October 2, 2009

  • In my home library:
    Songs of the Gael
    BREATNAC, An tAthair Padruig.
    Dublin: Browne & Nolan, c.1915. xiv, 384 pages.
    "A Collection of Anglo-Irish Songs and Ballads, wedded to old traditional Irish airs."

    October 2, 2009

  • "For the great Gaels of Ireland
    Are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry,
    And all their songs are sad."

    -The Ballad of the White Horse, G K Chesterton

    October 2, 2009