It just seems counterintuative that the common root GYN means woman/women but "hoGYN" means "Boy".
North but there are other words used in the north. Everybody should understand most of the words though.
This is absurd. This is a section dedicated to dialects without actually specifying which dialect each word belongs to.
It's really not that simple. Merch is mostly a south walian word but it is commonly used on the east of Anglesey in the north. This unit is more a way to show people the duplicate words since narrowing down each word to one dialect is reasonably difficult. For example I am happy to use "Merch", "Hogan" and "Geneth" for girl but my dialect is technically North.