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Subject: Re: Disgrifio Hyd y Llafariaid
From: Briony Williams <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:WELSH Language Bulletin Board <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 11 Aug 1999 11:46:55 +0100
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Ysgrifennodd Lin:
> Dw i'n gweithio ar dudalen "Ynganiad" Dal Ati! a dw i ddim yn sicr sut y
> dylid y dylynol gael eu dweud yn Gymraeg:
>
>   "short a" = "a+ fer" ?
>   "long a" = "a+ hir" ?

Ydy - "llafariad hir" a "llafariad fer" ydy'r termau (T.W. Watkins,
"Ieithyddiaeth", 1961).

>   "clear y" = "y glir" ?
>   "dark/obscure y" = "y dywyll" ?

"y dywyll" (B. Thomas & P.W. Thomas, "Cymraeg, Cymra+g, Cymre+g", 1989).
Ond dydw i ddim yn gallu darganfod term am "clear y":  dim ond
"u-ogleddol" (ag "u-ddeheuol" efallai?) - dydy'r "clear y" ddim yn glir
iawn mewn tafodiaith ogleddol. Fasai "y gyflawn" yn well?

> Hefyd, dw i wedi gweld termau fel "trom", "ysgafn", "lle+n", ac ati mewn
> llyfrau cynghanedd a lleoedd felly. Fy nghwestiwn ydy a ddefnyddir y
> termau 'na yn siarad y bardd yn unig neu ydy'r termau'n fwy cyffredinol
> na hynny?

Termau'r beirdd ydyn nhw, nid y seinegwyr, hyd y gwn i.

Cofion cynnes

Briony

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