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Weather words in Cornish

Weather words and weather-related expressions in Cornish with English equivalents.

Kernewek English
Kewer / an gewer Weather / the weather
Fatel yw an gewer? How's the weather?
Brav yw (hi) It's fine
Splann yw (hi) It's excellent
Tomm yw (hi) It's warm / hot
Tesek yw (hi) It's hot
Pooth yw (hi) It's hot / scorching
Howl Sun
Howlyek Sunny
Howlyek yw (hi) It's sunny
Goyeyn yw (hi) It's cool
Yeyn yw (hi) It's cold
Euthyk yw (hi) It's awful, horrible
Gwyns Wind
Gwynsek yw (hi) It's windy
Awel A gale
Kommol Cloud
Komolek yw It's cloudy
Niwl fog, haze, mist
Niwlek yw It's foggy / hazy / misty
Gleb / glyb wet
Glyb yw (hi) It's wet
Glaw rain
Hi a wra glaw It's raining
Keser Hail
Hi a wra keser It's hailing
Ergh Snow
Hi a wra ergh It's snowing
Yma taran ha lughes There is thunder and lightning
Kabmdhavas / Kammneves rainbow
Tempredh Temperature
Rew Frost
Hager-awel Storm, squall, tempest

Links

Sources and more weather words in Cornish
https://www.memrise.com/course/1569471/learn-cornish-1/21/
http://www.cornishdictionary.org.uk/browse3?combine=weather
https://www.learncornishnow.com/uploads/2/0/6/8/20689328/20140307_klubkernewek_issue5.pdf
http://www.kesva.org/sites/default/files/kdl-files/kdlfss03_0.pdf

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