"You want soup and bread."
Translation:Rwyt ti eisiau cawl a bara.
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I'm thinking no.
Cauldron: a large metal post with a lid and handle, used for cooking over an open fire.
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French caudron, based on Latin caldarium, calidarium ("cooking-pot"), from calidus, ("hot"). - New Oxford American Dictionary
Cawl: soup, pottage, broth; gruel, mixture, hotchpotch, mess.
From caulis ("stick or stem of a plant, cabbage-stalk, cabbage") - Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru
Looks like the English word Cauldron, is derived from the cooking-pot, while the Welsh word cawl is derived from the stuff put in the pot!