Welsh Adjectives

This is a list of adjectives in Welsh. This can enable you describe different sizes and a variety of qualities such as (easy, difficult...).

Big: mawr
Small: bach
Long: hir
Short: byr
Tall: tal
Thick: trwchus
Thin: tenau
Wide: llydan

This table provides a list of adjectives of quality shown below. These are some of the most used adjectives in Welsh.

Bad: drwg
Good: da
Easy: rhwydd
Difficult: anodd
Expensive: drud
Cheap: rhad
Fast: cyflym
Slow: araf
Old: hen
Old: hen
Young: ifanc
New: newydd
Heavy: trwm
Light: ysgafn
Empty: gwag
Full: llawn
Right: cywir
Wrong: anghywir
Strong: cryf
Weak: gwan

These samples show how adjectives are used in Welsh. Used in these examples with nouns, prepositions and pronouns.

Is this a new or old book?: Ydy'r llyfr yma yn newydd neu'n hen?
Is the test easy or difficult?: Ydy'r prawf yn rhwydd neu'n anodd?
Am I right or wrong?: Ydw i'n gywir neu'n anghywir?
This is very expensive: Mae hwn yn ddrud iawn
Is he younger or older than you?: Ydy e'n ifancach neu'n hench na ti?
Is she tall?: Ydy hi'n dal?

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