Relating to Wales, its people, or their language
Fail to honour (a debt or obligation incurred through a promise or agreement)
A kind of ale, probably strong and dark, originally brewed by the ancient Britons; (probably) = bragget.
A breed or variety of large stocky pony developed in Wales as a working horse, now popular for riding and driving; a pony of this breed.
= mutton ham.
A token fastened around a child's neck as a punishment for speaking Welsh.
= Welsh plain.
A woollen cap.
The Welsh language up to circa 1150
With plural concord. With the. English-speaking Welsh people, considered collectively.
A measure of land formerly used in Wales.
A weapon or agricultural implement consisting of a staff with a long curved blade at the top and a vertical spike attached to a spur projecting from the back.
A small disc-shaped cake traditionally cooked on a bakestone or griddle, typically containing currants or raisins, often with the addition of spices.
= Welsh cotton.
Coal (especially hard steam coal or anthracite) mined in South Wales.
The thumb and fingers, used to comb the hair.
The gadwall, Anas strepera.
A groin formed by the intersection of two cylindrical vaults of differing heights, the main longitudinal vault being higher than the side vaults.
= Welsh bill.
A breed of hunting dog similar to the English foxhound but wire-haired; a dog of this breed.
Characteristic of Wales or what is Welsh; Welsh in nature.
A heavy weight fastened to a child's neck as a punishment for speaking Welsh (now historical and rare).
A tournament in which the loser in each round is eliminated; (occasionally) such a system forming the basis of a competition.
A distance of a mile or (usually) more; (allusive) something (especially a distance) that feels long or tedious.
Plainly-woven, coarse, or hard-wearing cloth made from Welsh wool; frequently in plural (also with singular concord).
A horse of a small, hardy breed developed in Wales; (more fully Welsh mountain pony) a small variety of this, from which the breed is thought to have derived.
An animal of a small breed of cattle native to Wales.
A male first cousin of a person's parent.
A groin vault formed by the intersection of two cylindrical vaults of differing heights, the main longitudinal vault being higher than the side vaults.
The parts of Wales which are considered most distinctively Welsh, typically those in which the Welsh language is most commonly spoken.
A northern geometrid moth, Venusia cambrica, with pale wings marked with wavy brown lines, and caterpillars that feed on the leaves of rowan (Sorbus aucuparia).
An animal of a black-coated breed of cattle developed in North Wales, now generally kept for both meat and milk production
Another term for triple harp.
An Asian onion that forms clusters of slender bulbs which resemble salad (spring) onions. It is the onion most commonly used in SE Asia
A yellow- or orange-flowered European poppy of shady rocky places
Historical. With the: Welsh Britons, considered collectively; = Welsh.
A Briton; especially one living within the boundaries of modern Wales, as distinguished from an inhabitant of Cornwall.
Cattle of any breed native to or typical of Wales.
The Brittonic language of Wales; = Cymraeg.
(Especially with reference to 17th-cent. American architecture) a type of chimney typically made from woven branches or wooden slats and coated in clay mortar.
Coarse woollen cloth with a nap; a (piece of) cloth of this type.
A maker of or dealer in Welsh cotton.
The English language as spoken and written in Wales, or by Welsh people.
Flannel made from Welsh wool.
A (piece of) coarse woollen cloth with a nap; Welsh cotton.
A member of a legendary North American Indian tribe believed to be descended from a group of fabled 12th cent. Welsh settlers.
= the Marches (also occasionally in singular).
Mutton obtained from a small breed of sheep traditionally reared in the Welsh mountains, and prized for the delicacy of its flavour.
The department of the British Government responsible for Welsh affairs; the buildings in Whitehall, London, and in Cathays Park, Cardiff, housing this; the civil servants working in this department collectively; (in early use also) this proposed department.
= Welsh rarebit.