"Dw i'n hoffi Caergrawnt"

Translation:I like Cambridge

March 3, 2016



Caergrawnt gets its name from Welsh caer (fort) a word used for many English county towns founded by Romans (most of which have the suffix -c(h)ester), and grawnt the Welsh form of the River Granta, which also gives its name to Grantchester, which would also be the literal English translation of Caergrawnt.

March 3, 2016


That was a super etymology dude!

May 30, 2016


Thanks for giving a helpful explaining hand

December 16, 2016

  • 1775

Diddorol iawn, diolch.

March 3, 2016

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    That's the kind of metadata that makes it so much easier, at least for me, to remember the name of a town in Welsh. Diolch!

    June 7, 2016
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