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"Wales" and "Welsh" come from the Anglo-Saxon word, 'Walha', meaning 'foreigner' or 'stranger'. Whereas, The modern "Welsh" name for the Welsh People is "Cymry", which comes from the old "Welsh" word "Combrogi", meaning fellow Countryman.

"Wales" and "Welsh" come from the Anglo-Saxon word, 'Walha', meaning 'foreigner' or 'stranger'. Whereas, The modern "Welsh" name for the Welsh People is "Cymry", which comes from the old "Welsh" word "Combrogi", meaning fellow Countryman.

Welsh phrase of the day: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=621838464505124=a.134735423215433.17340.131420090213633=1

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The Welsh God DEWI - Most People do not realize that the Welsh Dragon actually is an ancient Welsh God  The Red Dragon of wales Derived from the Pagan God, Dewi. Dewi,  whose crimson form was said to have appeared in King Arthur's dreams,   has been depicted on the Welsh banner since at least the departure of the Roman legions, is the official emblem of Wales, and was derived from the Great Red Serpent that once represented Dewi. (Read more in th comments below.)

The Welsh God DEWI - Most People do not realize that the Welsh Dragon actually is an ancient Welsh God The Red Dragon of wales Derived from the Pagan God, Dewi. Dewi, whose crimson form was said to have appeared in King Arthur's dreams, has been depicted on the Welsh banner since at least the departure of the Roman legions, is the official emblem of Wales, and was derived from the Great Red Serpent that once represented Dewi. (Read more in th comments below.)

The earliest documentary reference to Arthur by name occurs in the Welsh poem Y Gododdin, a poem which commemorates British warriors who died in a battle at Catraeth, probably Catterick in Yorkshire. The period to which the poem refers is the 5th to 6th centuries, when the native Britons fought against Germanic Saxon invaders. Arthur appears simply as a positive comparison to one of the dead warriors being eulogized. " He fed black ravens on the wall Of the fortress, although he was no…

The earliest documentary reference to Arthur by name occurs in the Welsh poem Y Gododdin, a poem which commemorates British warriors who died in a battle at Catraeth, probably Catterick in Yorkshire. The period to which the poem refers is the 5th to 6th centuries, when the native Britons fought against Germanic Saxon invaders. Arthur appears simply as a positive comparison to one of the dead warriors being eulogized. " He fed black ravens on the wall Of the fortress, although he was no…

Many years ago I read this story somewhere and it has stayed in my mind. I think it is quite hilarious but it does portray that love hate relationship that exists. History has proven that when the need arises we stand together as true brothers. Long live the Welsh Guards! jp.

Many years ago I read this story somewhere and it has stayed in my mind. I think it is quite hilarious but it does portray that love hate relationship that exists. History has proven that when the need arises we stand together as true brothers. Long live the Welsh Guards! jp.

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Celebrating St David's Day in Cardiff 2012

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