Translation:Tri deg pedwar oren
Numbers in Welsh take the singular noun
'Tri oren' (literally 'three orange') = 'three oranges'
'Pedwar oren' = 'four oranges'
Would it be "tair deg pedwair afal" or "tri deg pedwair afal"? Diolch yn fawr!
Neither. Both afal and oren are masculine nouns, so the feminine forms of numbers are not used with them. As examples:
- tri deg pedwar bachgen - thirty-four boys
- tri deg pedair merch - thirty-four girls
With compound numbers, only the element directly before a feminine noun takes a feminine form.
Oh! That was exactly my doubt. I regret to accept that my beloved English Wiktionary misguided me into believing that afal was a feminine noun. I have corrected it by now. Diolch yn fawr!