Translation:Dy fam-gu di
Even though I say "nan" myself, I think that it'd be better as grandmother, that's the more standard version. My southern English friends always remarked on my use of nan...
Isn't that from the English word Nan? Isn't there a more traditional way of saying it? Or maybe the English word came originally from the Welsh, I'd be interested to know, thanks.
I looked this up, apparently linguists think the word came from Welsh into English.