"I have an oven."
Translation:Mae popty gen i.
As in the origin of the word? It's from "Pobi" (To bake) and "Tŷ" (House).
A friend's father was a village baker and they still had and ran an old-fashioned popty (bake-house) attached to the shop. At Christmas-time the locals would bring their Christmas turkeys round and they would all be cooked together in the popty as there was no bread being baked that day.
Not entirely. Whilst they are both used to mean "Oven", Ffwrn also means "forge" and "popty" also mean "Bakery".