Welsh to Pashto Translation


Common Phrases From Welsh to Pashto

Diolchله تاسو مننه
Os gwelwch yn ddaمهرباني
Mae'n ddrwg gennyfاوبخښه
Hwyl fawrپه مخه مو ښه
Nac ydwنه
Sut wyt ti?تاسو څنګه یئ؟
Esgusodwch fiبخښنه غواړم
Dydw i ddim yn gwybodزه نه پوهیږم
Rwy'n deallزه پوهیږم
Rwy'n credu hynnyزه همداسې فکر کوم
Efallaiامکان لری
Wela'i di wedynوروسته به سره ګورو
Cymerwch ofalپاملرنه
Beth sydd i fyny?څه خبره ده؟
Dim otsپه اړه یې فکر مه کوه
Wrth gwrsالبته
Ar unwaithسمدلاسه
Awn niمخکې شه

Interesting information about Welsh Language

Welsh is a Celtic language spoken primarily in Wales, United Kingdom. It has around 750,000 speakers worldwide and holds official status in Wales alongside English. The Welsh alphabet consists of 28 letters and includes unique characters such as "ll" and "ch." This ancient language dates back over two millennia to the Brythonic branch of the Celtic languages. Despite its decline during periods of English dominance, efforts have been made to revitalize it since the mid-20th century through education initiatives and increased use by public institutions. Welsh also boasts a rich literary tradition with notable works like Mabinogion being written in this enchanting tongue.

Know About Pashto Language

Pashto is an Indo-European language spoken by the Pashtun people, primarily in Afghanistan and Pakistan. It belongs to the Eastern Iranian branch of languages and has around 60 million speakers worldwide. Pashto serves as one of the official languages in Afghanistan alongside Dari Persian. The writing system used for Pashto is a modified form of Arabic script called "Pashto alphabet." The language itself features several dialects with slight variations based on geographical regions. Historically, Pashto has been influenced by various other languages like Persian, Arabic, Turkic, and English due to interactions with neighboring cultures throughout centuries. It also possesses its own rich literary tradition dating back hundreds of years. Notably known for being an oral culture where poetry holds great significance; traditional forms such as landays (two-line poems) are widely practiced among native speakers today.

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