Dictionaries

 

For new learners:

GRUFFUDD, Heini: The Welsh Learner’s Dictionary (pub. Y Lolfa)

Free App for smart-phone, i-phone, i-pad only

http://termau.org/index.php/install-search-plug-in/ap-geiriaduron/?lang=en
(this brings together full dictionaries and subject-specific word lists, usually recognises mutations, and is constantly updated)

On-line

http://www.geiriaduracademi.org/ (English-Welsh only)

http://www.gweiadur.com/Pawb   (English-Welsh and Welsh-English, plus  notes on use in phrases)

http://welsh-dictionary.ac.uk/gpc/gpc.html 
University of Wales historical dictionary of Welsh (first edition –much fuller revised second edition still in preparation)– equivalent of Oxford English Dictionary

BEWARE
Google has a word and phrase dictionary which often mistranslates
e.g. te ta coffi? (= tea or coffee?) is translated as tea coffee ta

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