I genuine thought owl in Welsh was Gwdi hoo!
Gwdihŵ is another word for "owl".
Is that more common in the north or south,Philip?
Gwdihw ( there should be a circumflex on the w) is more southern and Tylluan is more northern but both should be understood around Wales.
It is there are a few different words
With TTS, the 'T' sounds a little like a 'D' sound or somewhere between 'D' and 'T' (to me). Is that correct?
it is a hard t sound like english i.e words like Truck and peT
Hmmm it doesn't sound like that to me - it sounds like the D from Dog
The audio is wrong, Tylluan is pronounced as is every other T is in Welsh.
Duo yn dylluan!
I think you're looking for Mae Duo'n dylluan - close!
Google translate you lied to me!!!
It does that, you know :)
Don't trust Google Translate.
It can sometimes give you an idea of what other-language means in your-language... but never use it to rely on translating your-language into other-language.
Google Translate is truly atrocious with Welsh
I remember this by its similarity to 'talon'.