Synonyms for cymdeithas or Related words with cymdeithas
Examples of "cymdeithas"
currently the education spokesperson for
yr Iaith Gymraeg.
The Welsh Language Society (, often abbreviated to
yr Iaith) is a direct action pressure group in Wales campaigning for the right of Welsh people to use the Welsh language in every aspect of their lives. The current Chairperson of
yr Iaith Gymraeg is Heledd Gwyndaf.
Lyfrau Ceredigion ("CLC") was a Welsh publisher, established in 1954, specialising in books of interest to Ceredigion, and Welsh language children's books, including adaptations and original works.
Lyfrau Ceredigion bought the "Welsh Teldisc Ltd" c. 1974.
Edward Llwyd, the National Naturalists' Society of Wales, is named after him.
y Mabinogi (English: "The Mabinogi Society") is the Welsh society of the University of Cambridge.
Since 2011, the Welsh-language awards are co-sponsored by the Cardigan-based publisher
Lyfrau Ceredigion came to an end in 2009, when it was bought out by another publisher, Gwasg Gomer.
He learnt Welsh as an adult, and became a member of
yr Iaith Cymraeg and of Plaid Cymru.
In March 2014 Meredydd was quoted as backing further peaceful demonstrations by
yr Iaith Gymraeg following protests in Aberystwyth.
Emynau Cymru () is a Welsh language magazine that includes critical studies of hymns and hymn-writers.
Emynau Cymru ("The Welsh Hymn Society") was founded in 1967 to promote the study and use of Welsh hymns and hymn tunes. The Bulletin's founding editor was Gomer M. Roberts. He was succeeded in 1978 by E. Wyn James.
At the beginning of the 21st century,
yr Iaith Gymraeg started a campaign for a new Welsh Language Act. The Welsh Language Act 1993 declared that Welsh should be treated on an equal basis with English, but
argued that this fell short of what is needed.
Dafydd ap Gwilym, its sister society at Oxford,
y Mabinogi is a Welsh cultural society rather than a Welsh language society. It describes itself as "a student run, bilingual society for those interested in Wales, its language and affairs".
In 1962 Saunders Lewis gave a radio speech entitled "Tynged yr iaith" ("The Fate of the Language") in which he predicted the extinction of the Welsh language unless action was taken. Lewis' intent was to motivate "Plaid Cymru" into more direct action promoting the language, however it led to the formation of "
yr Iaith Gymraeg" ("the Welsh Language Society") later that year at a "Plaid Cymru" summer school held in Pontardawe in Glamorgan. The foundation of "
yr Iaith Gymraeg" allowed for "Plaid Cymru" to focus on electoral politics, while the "
" focused on promoting the language.
Morgan, Prys. (1971–72). “Elis Gruffudd of Granant-Tudor Chronicler Extraordinary”. "Cyhoeddiadau
Hanes Sir y Fflint/ Flintshire Historical Society publications, Vol. 25": 9–20.
The society still meets several times a year in Llanfoist, and is now one of several Welsh language groups locally, including
Gwenynen Gwent and Merched y Wawr.
yr Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh language Society) held their historic first protest on Trefechan Bridge in Aberystwyth, on 2 February 1963.
The motto, seen in the coat of arms says "Cyfoeth
: Cymuned", which translates as "A society's wealth is its community".
Edward Llwyd (English: Edward Llwyd Society) is a Welsh natural history organization whose name commemorates the great Welsh natural historian, geographer and linguist Edward Llwyd.
Ffred Ffransis (born Frederick Sefton Francis, 14 June 1948), is a prominent member of
yr Iaith Gymraeg (The Welsh Language Society).
and in 1996 there had been large protests, backed by
yr Iaith Gymraeg, against the construction of 800 houses at Morfa Bychan near Porthmadog.
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