821 examples of welsh in sentences

We, therefore, purchased another cow; but before doing so, were advised not this time to have Welsh one, but to give more money and have a larger animal.

For a small dairy, we think the black Welsh cow answers as well, or better, than any other.

Other European peoples pity the Poles or the Welsh for their violated borders; but Germans only pity themselves.

In this the Germans rather resemble the Welsh; though heaven knows what becomes of Teutonism if they do.

It must be a sad thing not to be able to eat lobster and ice-cream together, and to have to say "No" to broiled mushrooms, and not to dare to eat Welsh-rarebits after the theatre, and to have to lock up your chafing-dish.

But with the words English, French, Dutch, Scotch, Welsh, Irish, and in general all such as would acquire an additional syllable in their declension, the case is otherwise.

When we say, the English, the French, the Dutch, the Scotch, the Welsh, the Irish,meaning, the English people, the French people, &c., many grammarians conceive that English, French, &c., are indeclinable nouns.

Yet, in distinguishing the languages, we call them English, French, Dutch, Scotch, Welsh, Irish; using the words, certainly, in no plural sense; and preferring always the line of adjectives, where the gentile noun is different: as, Arabic, and not Arab; Danish, and not Dane; Swedish, and not Swede.

"The Irish [Celtic] and the Scottish Celtic are one language; the Welsh, the Cornish, and the Armorican, are an other."Dr.

For the Irish, the Welsh, and the Erse, are no other than different dialects of the same tongue, the ancient Celtic.

With some writers, the Celtic language is the Welsh; as may be seen by the following extract: "By this he requires an Impossibility, since much the greater Part of Mankind can by no means spare 10 or 11 Years of their Lives in learning those dead Languages, to arrive at a perfect Knowledge of their own.

But by this Gentleman's way of Arguing, we ought not only to be Masters of Latin and Greek, but of Spanish, Italian, High- Dutch, Low-Dutch, French, the Old Saxon, Welsh, Runic, Gothic, and Islandic; since much the greater number of Words of common and general Use are derived from those Tongues.

Nay, by the same way of Reasoning we may prove, that the Romans and Greeks did not understand their own Tongues, because they were not acquainted with the Welsh, or ancient Celtic, there being above 620 radical Greek Words derived from the Celtic, and of the Latin a much greater Number.

Like their English and Welsh associates, they belonged to the lowest classes of the mechanics and peasantry of their native countries.

to it, iii. 358, n. 1; closed one week in the year, iii. 367, n. 3; Evelina, iv. 223, n. 4; Johnson presents books to it, i. 274, n. 2, 302; ii. 279, n. 5; a fragment of his Diary among the MSS., ii. 476; largest library in Oxford, ii. 35; Recuyell of the historyes of Troye, v. 459, n. 2; Welsh MS.

PRICE, , a vain Welsh scholar, v. 438.

RHEES, David ap, Welsh Grammar, v. 443.

SCUDDER, TOWNSEND. Jane Welsh Carlyle.

But if they are inevitable in human relationship, how comes it that Adana is no longer duplicated by St. Bartholomew; the Bulgarian bands by the vendetta of the Highlander and the Lowlander; the struggle of the Slav and Turk, Serb and Bulgar, by that of Scots and English, and English and Welsh?

McDowell, like Campbell, was of Irish descent; Cleavland of English, Shelby of Welsh, and Sevier of French Huguenot.

The Welsh and the Scotch, from prince to peasant, offered an energetic resistance in defence of their independence; and it was only after seven years' warfare, from 1277 to 1284, that the conquest of Wales by the English was accomplished, and the style of Prince of Wales became the title of the heir to the throne of England.

GELLERT or KILLHART, a famous dog which figures in Welsh tradition of the 13th century, and whose devotion and sad death are celebrated in a fine ballad written by the Hon.

of Scotland at Largs, and died at the Orkneys on his way home. HADDINGTON (3), the county town, on the Tyne, 17 m. E. of Edinburgh; has interesting ruins of an abbey church, called the "Lamp of Lothian," a cruciform pile with a central tower, a corn exchange, &c.; was the birthplace of John Knox, Samuel Smiles, and Jane Welsh Carlyle.

WELSH, DAVID, a Scottish divine, a gentlemanly scholarly man, professor of Church History in the University of Edinburgh; was Moderator of the General Assembly on the occasion of the Disruption of the Scottish Church (1843), and headed the secession on the day of the exodus (1793-1845).

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