Hey, just a probably stupid Question: Is there any difference between Bore Mawrth & Bore dydd Mawrth? Both mean the same?
It's not a stupid question, and yes, they mean the same. You could also say prynhawn dydd Mawrth or just prynhawn Mawrth (Tuesday afternoon). With the night time there's only one option however: nos Fawrth (Tuesday night) because dydd is when it's light and nos is when it's dark.
When I listen to the whole phrase it sounds like "bo-re mourth", but when I hover over "Mawrth" only it sounds like "mour" without a "th"-sound. Can you say it both ways or should I get my ears checked?
I personally have never heard it pronounced "Mowr" without the "th" so I would say always "Mawrth". It could be from a different dialect to mine but to be safe go with "mawrth".
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