What is Welsh?

  • (verb): Cheat by avoiding payment of a gambling debt.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on welsh:

Ysgol Gyfun Garth Olwg - Welsh Medium Education
... As Ysgol Gyfun Rhydfelen is a Welsh medium school, all subjects apart from English are taught in the Welsh language, with pupils encouraged to speak Welsh with ...
Van, Caerphilly
51°34′16″N 3°12′22″W / 51.5711°N 3.2062°W / 51.5711 -3.2062 Van Welsh Y Fan Van Population 5,050 (2001) OS grid reference ST165865 Principal area Caerphilly ...
WJEC (exam Board) - Qualifications
... In 2007, after a three-year pilot, the Welsh Baccalaureate was introduced as part of their portfolio ... The Welsh Baccalaureate offers a programme of study incorporating working with employers, community activities, individual investigations and key skills, as well as students’ GCSEs, GNVQs or A level ... designed for adults who wish to learn Welsh ...
Welsh, Louisiana - Education
... Davis Parish Public Schools operates public schools in Welsh ... Schools serving Welsh include Welsh Elementary School (PK-5) in Welsh, Welsh-Roanoke Junior High School (6-8) in a nearby unincorporated area, and Welsh High School (9-12) in Welsh ...
WJEC (exam Board)
... WJEC (until 2007 known as the Welsh Joint Education Committee) (Welsh CBAC) is an examination board that provides examinations, assessment, professional development, educational resources ...

More definitions of "Welsh":

  • (noun): Welsh breed of dual-purpose cattle.
    Synonyms: Welsh Black
  • (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language.
    Example: "The Welsh coast"; "Welsh syntax"
    Synonyms: Cambrian
  • (noun): A Celtic language of Wales.

Famous quotes containing the word welsh:

    When one has been threatened with a great injustice, one accepts a smaller as a favour.
    —Jane Welsh Carlyle (1801–1866)

    The populations of Pwllheli, Criccieth,
    Portmadoc, Borth, Tremadoc, Penrhyndeudraeth,
    Were all assembled. Criccieth’s mayor addressed them
    First in good Welsh and then in fluent English,
    Robert Graves (1895–1985)

    Thy tongue
    Makes Welsh as sweet as ditties highly penned,
    Sung by a fair queen in a summer’s bower,
    With ravishing division, to her lute.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)