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a
and (conj.)
y
Definite article, The
ac
and (conj.)
yr
Definite article, The
i Preposition,
to
eu Affixed
pronoun,
o (pron)
he,
ei
Affixed pronoun, his or her
ar
Preposition, on
am
Prepostion, for
hyn
relative pronoun, these
oedd
Interogative form, was
fy
Affixed pronoun, my
Ni
(pron) we,
Arglwydd
noun, Lord
Wele
v, Behold,
efe
pronoun, he, see e, o, fe, fo
i'r
Prep, to the
gan
with, also can have personal forms ganddo, ganddi, ganddyn
hyny
Those, also see hynny
canys
(conj.) because,
hwy (pron.)
they,
ie (adv.)
yes,
mi (pron)
I,
hwn This,
masucline
fod (v.)
be,
a'r Conjuction
and
awr hour,
or
chwi chi,
you
ol combined,
ar
a'u And
their
a
(conj.) and
yn
Connector
y
Definite article, the
ac
(conj.) and
yr
Definite article, the
i
Preposition, to
eu
Affixed pronoun, their
o
(pron) he, him (prep) from, of(adv) rather, somewhat, pretty (n) blacksmith (interj) O!
ei
Affixed pronoun, his or her
ar
Preposition, on
wedi
after
am
Prepostion, for or about
hyn
relative pronoun, these
oedd
Interogative form of Roedd, past tense of bod, was
fy
Affixed pronoun, my
Ni
(pron) we, us (adv) not
Arglwydd
noun, Lord
Wele
v, Behold, see
efe
pronoun, he, his (See e, fe, fo, o)
i'r
Prep + def art, to the
gan
with, also take the personal forms, ganddo etc
hyny
Those, also see hyn, hynny
canys
(conj.) because, for
hwy
(pron.) they, them
fel
like
ie
(adv.) yes, yea, ay
mi
(pron) I, me or aff. marker
hwn
This, masucline singular
bobl
People
fod
(v.) be, exist, consist, from bod
a'r
Conjuction and def. art., And the
awr
hour, or yn awr becomes nawr, now
chwi
chi, you or you all
Duw
God
rhai
some
ol
combined, ar ol, after or remaining, yn ol accorrding to.
hefyd
also
a'u
And their contracted from "a eu"
hwynt
(pron.) they, them
holl
(adj.) all, whole
iddynt
Personal form of "i", to them
bu
and it came to pass, form of Bod
na
(n) good, goods; stock, cattle (adj) good, well
ef
he, his, pronoun
Ag
and, when a verb follows, also see a or ac.
mewn
(prep) in, in a, within, used with indefinite nouns
Eich
affixed pronoun, your
mae
present tense of bod
ein
affixed pronoun, our
allan
out
O'r
from the, contracted form o yr
a'i
with his or with her_______
eithr
(conj.) but, (prep.) except; besides
gael
from cael to get or have
dy
affixed pronoun, your
yw
from ydy, is or are
Lamaniaid
Laminites
trwy
Through
sydd
who are, which is
Nid
(adv) not
un
one
iddo
to him, personal from of i
herwydd
from oherwydd, because
wyf
I from rwdwyf
er
(conj.) although, though, albeit, notwithstanding
tir
(n.) land, ground, territory
Wrth
(prep.) by, beside, at; with; to, per; because, since
hyd
(n.) length, combined with lots of other words
oeddynt
from roedd, they were
i'w
to their, from i eu
felly
(adv.) therefore, so, thus, accordingly
at
(prep.) to, towards; for; at; by
os
(conj) if
Nephi
Nephi, did you really need to check?
Dduw
sm. God
pethau
things, peth-au
bod
verb to be
mawr
(adj) large, big, great, high
geiriau
words, gair-au
pan
(conj) when
ti
you
brenin
king
erbyn
before, against
neu
(conj) or
ddywedyd
sm. of dweud, (v.) say, speak, tell
ysbryd
spirit
llawer
lots
Nephiaid
Nephities
ddaear
sm. Earth
megys
(v) breed
fi
me
dir
sm from tir, earth
drachefn
dygwyddodd
(v.) happen, befall, betide, occur; accrue, -odd past tense
dyn
(n.) man, person, fellow
amser
time
ymaith
(adv.) away, hence, off
ond
(conj) but, only
fyned
(v.) go, repair; become, grow, proceed, from mynd
hon
this, feminine singlular
ddywedodd
(v.) say, speak, tell, from dweud
Tad
father
ddyfod
(v.) come; become
hun
(pron.) self
enw
name
wrthych
to you, wrth eich
mor
(adv) so, how, as
cael
to get or have
fawr
big, from mawr
dydd
day
fyny
up
mhlith
(n) midst
ynghylch
(prep.) about, concerning, of
flwyddyn
(n.) year
nad
(adv) no, not, nay
pa
(inter pron) which, what
oblegid
(conj.) because, for
pob
every
bethau
things, peth-au
mai
(conj.) that it is
pobl
people
Alma
Yeah, Alma
Gyda
with
peth
thing
anialwch
desert, waste place
ffydd
(n.) faith, credence
ydych
are you? Interogative of bod, 2 pers pl.
nis
(adv) not it, not him, not her
dyfod
(v.) come; become, from dod
lawer
(adv.) much, many, from llawer
myned
(v) go; become
bydd
will be, future of bod,
wrthynt
to them, inflected prep
nes
(adj) near, nigh, close, imminent (adj) nearer
bob
every, from pob
oll
(adv) all, wholly, altogether; ever, at all
oddiwrth
(prep.) from, off
wneuthur
(v.) do, make, manufacture, render, sm.
hunain
(pron.) self
pennod
(n.) chapter
gymmaint
(adj.) as big, as much, as many, from cymaint
hwnw
that, see hwn, hwnnw, hwnno
ydynt
are they, conjugated form of ydy
arnynt
on them (prep.) on, upon, over, at
dynion
Men, pl of dyn
brodyr
brother
di
you
calonau
hearts
Moroni
Moroni
a'm
with me
eglwys
church
dywedyd
(v.) say, speak, tell
Crist
Christ
Israel
Israel
oddieithr
(prep) unless, except
allu
able, power, from gallu
byd
world
bynag
ever, as in beth bynag, what ever
yna
there, yma, yna, yno
ddinas
city, sm from dinas
a
(conj.) and
yn
Connector
y
Definite article, the
ac
(conj.) and
yr
Definite article, the
i
Preposition, to
eu
Affixed pronoun, their
o
(pron) he, him (prep) from, of(adv) rather, somewhat, pretty (n) blacksmith (interj) O!
ei
Affixed pronoun, his or her
ar
Preposition, on
wedi
after
am
Prepostion, for or about
hyn
relative pronoun, these
oedd
Interogative form of Roedd, past tense of bod, was
fy
Affixed pronoun, my
Ni
(pron) we, us (adv) not
Arglwydd
noun, Lord
Wele
v, Behold, see
efe
pronoun, he, his (See e, fe, fo, o)
i'r
Prep + def art, to the
gan
with, also take the personal forms, ganddo etc
hyny
Those, also see hyn, hynny
canys
(conj.) because, for
hwy
(pron.) they, them
fel
like
ie
(adv.) yes, yea, ay
mi
(pron) I, me or aff. marker
hwn
This, masucline singular
bobl
People
fod
(v.) be, exist, consist, from bod
a'r
Conjuction and def. art., And the
awr
hour, or yn awr becomes nawr, now
chwi
chi, you or you all
Duw
God
rhai
some
ol
combined, ar ol, after or remaining, yn ol accorrding to.
hefyd
also
a'u
And their contracted from "a eu"
hwynt
(pron.) they, them
holl
(adj.) all, whole
iddynt
Personal form of "i", to them
bu
and it came to pass, form of Bod
na
(n) good, goods; stock, cattle (adj) good, well
ef
he, his, pronoun
Ag
and, when a verb follows, also see a or ac.
mewn
(prep) in, in a, within, used with indefinite nouns
Eich
affixed pronoun, your
mae
present tense of bod
ein
affixed pronoun, our
allan
out
O'r
from the, contracted form o yr
a'i
with his or with her_______
eithr
(conj.) but, (prep.) except; besides
gael
from cael to get or have
dy
affixed pronoun, your
yw
from ydy, is or are
Lamaniaid
Laminites
trwy
Through
sydd
who are, which is
Nid
(adv) not
un
one
iddo
to him, personal from of i
herwydd
from oherwydd, because
wyf
I from rwdwyf
er
(conj.) although, though, albeit, notwithstanding
tir
(n.) land, ground, territory
Wrth
(prep.) by, beside, at; with; to, per; because, since
hyd
(n.) length, combined with lots of other words
oeddynt
from roedd, they were
i'w
to their, from i eu
felly
(adv.) therefore, so, thus, accordingly
at
(prep.) to, towards; for; at; by
os
(conj) if
Nephi
Nephi, did you really need to check?
Dduw
sm. God
pethau
things, peth-au
bod
verb to be
mawr
(adj) large, big, great, high
geiriau
words, gair-au
pan
(conj) when
ti
you
brenin
king
erbyn
before, against
neu
(conj) or
ddywedyd
sm. of dweud, (v.) say, speak, tell
ysbryd
spirit
llawer
lots
Nephiaid
Nephities
ddaear
sm. Earth
megys
(v) breed
fi
me
dir
sm from tir, earth
drachefn
dygwyddodd
(v.) happen, befall, betide, occur; accrue, -odd past tense
dyn
(n.) man, person, fellow
amser
time
ymaith
(adv.) away, hence, off
ond
(conj) but, only
fyned
(v.) go, repair; become, grow, proceed, from mynd
hon
this, feminine singlular
ddywedodd
(v.) say, speak, tell, from dweud
Tad
father
ddyfod
(v.) come; become
hun
(pron.) self
enw
name
wrthych
to you, wrth eich
mor
(adv) so, how, as
cael
to get or have
fawr
big, from mawr
dydd
day
fyny
up
mhlith
(n) midst
ynghylch
(prep.) about, concerning, of
flwyddyn
(n.) year
nad
(adv) no, not, nay
pa
(inter pron) which, what
oblegid
(conj.) because, for
pob
every
bethau
things, peth-au
mai
(conj.) that it is
pobl
people
Alma
Yeah, Alma
Gyda
with
peth
thing
anialwch
desert, waste place
ffydd
(n.) faith, credence
ydych
are you? Interogative of bod, 2 pers pl.
nis
(adv) not it, not him, not her
dyfod
(v.) come; become, from dod
lawer
(adv.) much, many, from llawer
myned
(v) go; become
bydd
will be, future of bod,
wrthynt
to them, inflected prep
nes
(adj) near, nigh, close, imminent (adj) nearer
bob
every, from pob
oll
(adv) all, wholly, altogether; ever, at all
oddiwrth
(prep.) from, off
wneuthur
(v.) do, make, manufacture, render, sm.
hunain
(pron.) self
pennod
(n.) chapter
gymmaint
(adj.) as big, as much, as many, from cymaint
hwnw
that, see hwn, hwnnw, hwnno
ydynt
are they, conjugated form of ydy
arnynt
on them (prep.) on, upon, over, at
dynion
Men, pl of dyn
brodyr
brother
di
you
calonau
hearts
Moroni
Moroni
a'm
with me
eglwys
church
dywedyd
(v.) say, speak, tell
Crist
Christ
Israel
Israel
oddieithr
(prep) unless, except
allu
able, power, from gallu
byd
world
bynag
ever, as in beth bynag, what ever
yna
there, yma, yna, yno
ddinas
city, sm from dinas
o'u
from their, from, o eu
Mab
Son
frodyr
Brother, sm.
oes
(n) age, lifetime, or indefinite interogative
gair
word
ynghyd
(adv.) together
Iesu
Jesus
myfi
(pron) I, me, myself
pe
(conj) if
fydd
will be, future of bod,
eiriau
words, gair-au
plant
children
wyneb
face
Ammon
Ammon
had
seed
lefaru
(v.) speak, utter
meddaf
(v) say
wrtho
to him, wrth o fe
maent
Jerusalem
Jerusalem
rhaid
must
dwyn
take, steal
wlad
country, gwlad
i'm
to my, i fyn
lawr
(n.) floor, ground, earth; story (storey)
iawn
Atonement or (adj.) right, all right, rightful
rai
(adj.) some, rhai
rhag
(prep.) lest; from, for; before, against
etto
(adv.) yet, still, nevertheless; again, ditto, eto
fab
son, sm mab
wir
(adj.) true, actual, real, authentic
a'n
ffordd
road, way
math
(n) kind, type, sort
wrthyf
to me
tadau
fathers
weled
dros
over
ffrwyth
fruit
enaid
(n.) life, soul
mysg
(n) middle, midst
Zarahemla
Zarahemla
beth
What
Cenedloedd
Peoples
gallu
able, power, from gallu
o'i
from his or hers
drygioni
(n.) badness, wickedness, evil, mischief
le
place
lle
place
mhobl
(n) my people
santaidd
a'ch
Contraction of "A eich" meaning "and your"
da
good
mrodyr
(n) my brother, brethren
lefarodd
he said, lefar-odd
nod
(v) come; become
aeth
v. went
syrthio
to fall
achos
(conj.) because, (prep.) because, for, (n.) cause, affair, behalf
gadw
keep, cadw
law
hand, llaw
nerth
(n) might, power, strength, potency
gymmeryd
take, cymmeryd
welodd
he saw, gweld
neb
(n) anyone; no one, nobody, none, nonentity
oddiamgylch
(prep.) round about, about, around
sef
(adv.) namely, that is to say, to wit
gerbron
(prep.) before, Gerbron is before in a spatial but not a temporal sense.
barnwyr
Judges, barn opinion + wyr
heibio
(adv.) past, by
blant
children from plant
nhad
(n) father, dad, dada, daddy
waered
(n.) descent
ba
which, from pa
Ai
interogative marker
ddyn
Man, from dyn
llefaru
(v.) speak, utter
nac
(conj) nor, neither; than
farwolaeth
(n.) death, decease, demise, fatality
flaen
in front
gwneuthur
(v.) do, make, manufacture, render, from gwneud
lladd
to kill
gallai
roddi
(v.) give, bestow, yield, confer, grant, impart; put; afford; ascribe
dan
(prep.) under, beneath; to, till, until, as far
Deyrnasiad
(n.) reign
wybod
(n.) knowledge; sm of gwybod
air
(n.) word; reputation
edifarhau
(v.) repent, be sorry, regret
gallent
they are able
herbyn
against, erbyn
honynt
dim
nothing, zero
heb
without
rhoddi
place, put
ereill
(adj.) other, another, else, eraill
ydym
are they?
Glan
Shore, clean, holy
Grist
Christ
gwaed
Blood
gyfraith
law, from cyfraith
hono
this, from hon
arno
upon him, arno fe
heddwch
peace
Lehi
Lehi
wyr
men
arall
other
llafnau
(n.) blades
ysgrifenu
to write
dechreu
to begin
gwybod
to know
ryfel
war, rhyfel
wnaeth
to do or make
nas
(n) rick, stack
ychydig
(adj.) few, little
a'th
cadw
to keep
phob
every, from pob
plith
(n.) midst
Tragywyddol
eternal
cyfiawnder
(n.) justice, righteousness
ddwylaw
two hands, dwy llaw
ddwyn
take or steal, from dwyn
medd
(v) say
mwyach
(adv) any more, henceforth
tuag
toward
welais
I saw, from gweld
awdurdod
(n.) authority, jurisdiction
hi
she
tra
(adv.) over, very
Dad
father, sm from tad
ddechreu
begin, start, sm from dechreu
rhan
part
aethant
they went, from mynd
byddai
future of bod, they will
Jacob
Jacob
blaen
front, o blaen
farw
dead, marw
pechodau
(n) sin, offense
feibion
sons, mab-ion
dda
good, da
frawd
brother, brawd
hugain
twenty, ugain
orchymynion
commandments, gorchymynion
darfu
(v.) scare, scatter, disconcert, terfu
deyrnas
(n.) kingdom, realm, ternas
gorchymynion
commandments, gorchymynion
ddaethant
they came, dod
ddyddiau
days, dydd - iau
fwy
more, mwy
anwiredd
(n.) untruth, lie, falsehood, fib, fable, mendacity, confabulation; iniquity
rhyfel
war, rhyfel
credu
belief
ddaeth
came, fm dod
fu
and it came to pass, form of Bod
gweithredoedd
(n.) deed, act, work, action, document, fact
hwythau
(pron.) they also
angel
angel
diafol
(n.) devil
edifeirwch
(n.) repentance, penitence, remorse
hanes
story, history
pwy
who
Gwae
(n.) woe
ddechreuasant
they began
dinas
city
Jared
Jared
phan
when from pan
sefyll
stand
fyddin
army, from byddin
iachawdwriaeth
(n.) salvation
oni
(adv) is it not? (conj) if not, unless (prep) except, save, but
prophwydi
prophicy
yma
here
Anwyl
dear
frenin
king, sm from brenin
i'n
to …
nhir
(n) land, ground territory
ffieidddra
Helaman
Helaman
ataf
Prep opstion at, to or toward
cymmeryd
to take
yspaid
byddinoedd
armies
drwg
bad
mlaen
(adj) first, foremost
nefoedd
(n) heaven
wybodaeth
knowledge
chan
song
cyfiawn
(adj.) just, righteous, equitable
ddim
nothing, zero
diweddaf
(n.) end, conclusion, close, finish, issue
arnoch
upon you
drygionus
badness
gorchymyn
comandments
gwyr
folks
meibion
(n) boys, sons; men