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  Posted: 27-Oct-2002, 10:43 AM
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Well, I am happy to announce that we now have a brand new forum! Like alot of things on Highlander Radio, we listen to what our members have to say and build our site keeping our members feedback in mind.

We are happy to announce that Welsh Guy has volunteered to moderate the Welsh forum! We clearly were lacking a seperate forum devoted to Wales and I know for myself I am looking to learn more about Wales and how it fits in with Celtic history in general. For one, I am very interest in learning about their flags - for starters!

Because we have added 2 new forums in the past 2 weeks, we did not want the front of the forum to get over-crowded, so we have decided to move "You Family History" to a sub-forum under the Scotland Forum. Most of the posts are about Scottish Heritage and the last post in this forum was on 8/13/02, so we think this will help us focus on the major forums at the top of our forum.

My personal thanks to WelshGuy for bringing Welsh issues to the forefront here!  (d)



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Posted: 28-Oct-2002, 12:28 PM
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::beerchug HIP HIP HURRAY! for Welchy Guy. When he asked the question "why no welch?", I was going to suggest he start a forum. I'm sure I will learn a lot from it, my knowlage of the Welch is very limited. I saw "The Man Who Went Up A Hill And Came Down A Mountain. And from a book I learned Sian, a popular girls' name, people think it is after an indian tribe, is really Welch.  ::confused Welch S sounding like Sh is confusing, no wonder, people hear great great aunt was Sian, an want a different family name, spell it like the indian tribe name, they see alot.
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Posted: 01-Nov-2002, 01:25 PM
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Sorry for the delay in replying to this post, Sian is the female version of the name Sion ("Sean" in Scotland) this is the celtic derivation of John, Therefore Sian most closly corresponds to Joanne in English (Jeanne as in Jeanne d'arc in French)

The Welsh S is not pronouced as Sh, but when you place an "i" after an "S" in Welsh, it has the same sound as placing an "h" after an "S" in English .

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And by the way, thank you for your support re the Tartan Joke.

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  Posted: 02-Nov-2002, 06:35 PM
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Quote (Welsh Guy @ Nov. 01 2002,1:25)
And by the way, thank you for your support re the Tartan Joke.

Iechyd Dda

No problem Welch Guy, you'll soon learn kick those 2 guys around too. Some times they are so slow, little highland lassie gets it before them. But then again, she can dance rings around them.
Thanks for more info on the name Sian. One family has a little girl with the name. Parents explaine it is from a Welsh grand mother down the line, but they spell it more like the indian tribe name. It wouldn't be so bad, but that is a name white man gave to them, by messing up pronouncation of what the tribe called themselves.
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Posted: 04-Nov-2002, 12:33 PM
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No problem Welch Guy, you'll soon learn kick those 2 guys around too. Some times they are so slow, little highland lassie gets it before them. But then again, she can dance rings around them.

I swear she could jump over me while standing too!

Actually I was pretty fast too in my younger days. It just seems like those younger days are further and further away each year! :p
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Ugh don't remiond me Paul I have yet another one coming up end of next month. UGH
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Posted: 06-Nov-2002, 09:35 AM
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::viking  In my WAY YOUNGER days, I could out run my brothers, even the one 5 yrs older. Just a survile skill I had, to bad I didn't go out for track. ::rolling
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