"The winter term"
Translation:Tymor y gaeaf
I do not think we have been instructed in this form..It's possessive, I assume.
When you have a noun in the form "The something of the something", all definite articles except the one before the last word are removed.
Does it work the same way for the something of something, e.g. the queen of hearts?
If there are two acceptable options here, does Welsh have multiple capitalization standards? Is it a regional thing?
Nothing to do with dialects. Months, and days of the week are usually capitalised, seasons are not:
- (dydd) Mawrth (Tuesday)
- (mis) Mawrth (March)
- Mawrth (Mars)
- (mis) Medi (September)
- medi (reaping; to reap)
- (mis) Hydref (October)
- hydref (autumn)
- gaeaf (winter)