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bilby commented on the word gyrrwr
Don't overlook gyrrwr wydd bumfit, a drover of 15 sheep.
July 10, 2008
dontcry commented on the word gyrrwr
Grrrr/awrrrr (?.) my dog wants her dinner
sionnach commented on the word gyrrwr
I like gyrrwr eliffant myself - it has a kind of hobbity feel to it.
trivet commented on the word gyrrwr
I so prefer gyrrwr disg galed to boring old hard disk driver - it almost makes a computer problem exciting!
According to one of my sources, this is "a subordinate to a cattle/sheep drover". I'd say it's a safe bet the drover is Welsh.Elsewhere on the web, we may learn the following related Welsh words: gyrrwr (n.) driver; sender; drover gyrrwr disg galed (n.) hard disk drive gyrrwr eliffant (n.) mahout robin y gyrrwr (n.) gadfly Finally, we have a picture: Y Gyrrwr/The Driver If we hadn't already guessed it from cwm, it seems pretty clear that 'w' functions as a vowel in Welsh.And here's a random sentence containing the word. I'm sure we can all figure out what it means:O'r diwedd dyma gyrraedd pen stryd y ferch, ac ar ôl stopio, dyma'r gyrrwr yn troi i ddymuno noswaith dda iddi - ond, roedd y sedd yn wag!