Welsh language

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Welsh language,

member of the Brythonic group of the Celtic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Celtic languagesCeltic languages,
subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. At one time, during the Hellenistic period, Celtic speech extended all the way from Britain and the Iberian Peninsula in the west across Europe to Asia Minor in the east, where a district still known as
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He said Welsh-speaking HR staff visiting her department were "humiliated" by her actions.
PATIENTS and politicians are furious that a retiring Welsh-speaking GP won't be replaced by another Welsh speaker.
WALES needs more Welsh-speaking GPs to help communicate with vulnerable patients in their first language, campaigners say.
The university plans to move the students out of the halls and into new accommodation at Penglais Farm, but the Welsh-language students' union claims the new halls would harm the Welsh-speaking student community.
Every year Welsh-speaking Wales is suffering a net loss of some 3,000 people from its heartlands.
It may be of further interest that my mother's family were predominantly Welsh-speaking--and singing--in a Welsh-speaking Gower village, but were social and singing acquaintances of Phil Tanner.
A PUB landlady in Wales has hired a Welsh-speaking waiter from South America - because no one local wanted the job.
It is an issue that concerns many Welsh-speaking communities who feel that their way of life is threatened by large numbers of non-Welsh speaking incomers.
A Welsh-speaking chef who won a case against his English employers - after alleging he had been sacked because of racial discrimination - was yesterday barred from using his native tongue at their appeal.
No wonder Lord Elis-Thomas has thrown in his lot with them, as the aims of the Welsh-speaking elite who run Welsh Labour compromise none of his political ideals.
It had struggled to find Welsh-speaking examiners for its A-Level music technology and sport and active leisure principle learning qualification.
HERE we go again, more sabre rattling from Robyn Lewis (Letters, January 5) rattling on this time about the Welsh language not being used in deepest darkest Welsh-speaking Pwllheli.