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A dictionary in Englyshe and Welshe : moche necessary to all such Welshemen as wil spedly learne the english togue thought unto the kynges majestie very mete to be sette forthe to the use of his graces subjectes in Wales ; whereunto is pfixed a little treatyse of the Englyshe pronuciacion of the letters
Antiquae linguae Britannicae, nunc vulgo dictae Cambro-britannicae, a suis Cymraecae vel Cambricae, ab aliis Wallicae, et linguae Latinae, dictionarium duplex. Prius Britannico-Latinum, ... posterius, Latino-Britannicum. Accesserunt adagia Britannica
Antiquae linguae Britannicae thesaurus : being a British, or Welsh-English dictionary : containing some thousands of British words more than any Welsh dictionary hitherto published : all the authorities or examples which the learned Dr. Davies gives, in his British-Latin dictionary, from ancient poets, historians, &c. are inserted in this, as they are accurate proofs of the significations assign'd to those words; and the words which are added, are often exemplified in the same manner : and to make this work more compleat, besides the explications and etymologies of words, many valuable British antiquities are interspersed through all the parts of it : to which is prefix'd, a compendious Welsh grammar, with all the rules in English : besides the author's collections from his own reading and observations, and what is contain'd in Dr. Davies's British-Latin dictionary, this work hath been greatly improved out of Mr. Edward Lhwyd's Archaeologia Britannica, Dr. Wotton's Glossary, &c. : and there is likewise addded, a large collection of British proverbs
A new English-Welsh dictionary : containing all words necessary for reading an English author; wherein not only the corresponding British is given to the English, and the various significations properly ranged : but also every English word is accented to prevent a bad pronunciation, ..
An English-Welsh dictionary : wherein, not only the words, but also, the idioms and phraseology of the English language, are carefully translated into Welsh, by proper and equivalen words and phrases : with a regular interspersion of the English proverbs, and proverbial expressions, rendered by corresponding ones in the Welsh tongue
Geiriadur Saesneg a Chymraeg = An English and Welsh dictionary : in which the English words and sometimes idioms and phraseology are accompanied by those which synonomise or correspond with them in the Welsh language
A dictionary of the Welsh language : explained in English : with numerous illustrations, from the literary remains and from the living speech of the Cymry [Vol 1 originally published in 1793, this edition with Vol 2. published 1803 and includes 'A Welsh Grammar' ]
Welsh and English dictionary : geiriadur Cymraeg a Saesoneg; gwedi ei gorpholi yn ofalus o'r geiriadurau mwyaf cynnwysfawr a chymmeradwy; ac wedi ei fwriadu fel llogell-gydymaith i'r ieuenctyd ymofyngar.
Cyneirlyfr: neu, Eiriadur Cymraeg : yn cynnwys, tadogiad geiriau, rheolau barddoniaeth, hanes enwogion Cymru, darluniad byr o wledydd, dinasoedd, treffydd, swyddi, moroedd, llynoedd, afonydd, mynyddoedd, ogofau; hynafiaethau Cymreig, &c. &c. : at yr hyn y chwanegwyd llysieudraith, ynghyd a'r diarebion Cymreig wedi eu hesbonio
An English-Welsh dictionary; neu, Eir-lyfr Saes'neg a Chymraeg : |b an English-Welsh dictionary; in which the English words are accompanied by those which correspond with them in the Welsh language : carefully compiled from the best sources in both languages
An English and Welsh dictionary adapted to the present state of science and literature ; in which the English words are deduced from their originals, and explained by their synonyms in the Welsh language [2 cyfrol, ail cyfrol - 1858]
An English and Welsh pronouncing dictionary : in which the pronunciation is given in Welsh letters = Geiriadur cynaniadol Saesneg a Chymraeg : yn yr hwn y silliadur y geiriau Saesneg a llythyrenau Cymraeg : hefyd, cyfres o enwau priod yr Ysgrythyr, wedi eu silliadu yn Gymraeg