Howard Spencer’s two comments

  • pibddawns yr ysgubau

    Analysis correct except the initial "d" in dawns mutates to "dd " after pib. Dd is pronounced th as in there so it becomes pibddawns = pib thowns but with hard th. The b is quite soft and often sounds more like a p. more…

  • Fear a Bhata

    Fear becomes fhir for grammatical reasons. Fhir is pronounced 'ir roughly -the "f" becomes silent when followed by "h". Again Bata (boat) becomes Bhata for grammatical reasons. Bhata is pronounced Vata as b becomes v when followed by h. So Fear a Bhata ... more…