cenllysg? That's new. Just being curious - cenllysg and cesair - is it again a North and a South variant? :)
Yup. Cesair is south
"y bore yma" is shown as a typo. Is it really wrong to use yma rather than 'ma?
I'm wondering the same thing
The 'proper' form would be y bore hwn, but (y) bore 'ma is a common colloquial form.
The mouse-over hint for "this morning" is y bore yma. So why is it marked as a typo when it is the hint?
That hint has now been corrected.
Why is bwrw necessary? Thank you in advance
As a learner I always associated bwrw with the falling of anything from the skies, with the next word specifying what it is. E.g. cesair, glaw, eira... Etc.
why is it bore 'ma not y bore 'ma please?
It can be either. People do tend to use the shorter forms in the wild, though, especially in speech.