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conman 
Posted: 17-Nov-2008, 08:37 PM
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I am from Greece actually and I don't speak any celtic language so if anyone could translate the following phrases I would be grateful ;

-I am what I am

-I am who I am

-I don't belong to this world

Thank you anyway!!!
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Antwn 
Posted: 19-Nov-2008, 06:19 PM
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I'm only a student of Welsh, yet our board has died for all practical purposes, so I'll give it a try.

-I am what I am
Yr hyn ydw, ydw

-I am who I am
Pwy ydw, ydw

-I don't belong to this world
Dydw i ddim yn perthyn i'r byd hwn.


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Posted: 27-Dec-2008, 06:25 PM
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I could use some help too. I got a tattoo in February. It is a way to remember my grandmother and how close I was to her. I want to say, 'I love you and miss you' around it. I want the wording to be the way a child would say it to a grandparent. I want it to be correct not just something I found a website.

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Posted: 30-Dec-2008, 09:03 PM
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Helo Faerydreamer,

I hope you won't think you're ignored by a lack of response. The fact is I wouldn't dare give you a translation for your use in case I make a mistake being a learner myself. I suspect Antwn feels the same way. Welsh Learners (yahoo group) is a good place to ask. There's a native speaker who kindly answers questions.


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Posted: 03-Jan-2009, 08:03 PM
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Yes I agree. Tatoos are permanent - not a good place for a mistake. Gwen's suggestion is a good one.
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Posted: 14-Jan-2009, 07:36 PM
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Thank you very much anyway. I do appreciate your honesty and wish not to give me an incorrect translation. This does mean a lot to me and I do want it to be correct.

I will check out that Yahoo group.
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