Dedh Dew Cans Trei Ügens ha Terdhek
De Lün, degves warn ügens mis Gwedngala
Monday, 30th September
Òja nebes dedhyow gen prederyansow skiansek adro dhe story, sciens ha politegieth res veu dhebm cawas jorna leun a whel vas. Re leb o an gewer dhe weres dhe'n gour vy e'n lowarth, rag hedna me eth dhe'n dre. Reb an vorr my a welas arwòdh nowydh adro dhe Arlòdh Falmeth – nag ew ev meurgerys gans oll an bes, car dre hevel. Res veu o mergh wydn gwil ober rag hy holjy, etho my a wrüg treylya a-drenewen hy mab bian. Nag era whans dhodho a wary gans y waryellow – ev a venja cawas o sagh, o glawlen, o hamera hag o hompûter.
After several days with intellectual thoughts about history, science and politics I had to have a day full of useful work. The weather was too wet to help my husband in the garden, so I went to town. By the road I saw a new sign about Lord Falmouth – he is not beloved by all the world, it seems. My granddaughter had to do work for her college, so I distracted her little boy. He didn't want to play with his toys – he wanted my bag, my umbrella, my camera and my computer!
Deg ger rag hedhyw: Ten words for today
Arlòdh Lord (title) (Arlòdhes can be Duchess as well as Lady, e.g. Arlòdhes Kernow Duchess of Cornwall)
gwaryellow toys < gwaryel (f) (you can also use tegednow)
gweres dhe nebonan to help (to) someone
meurgerys beloved, cherished, popular < verb cara to love
politegieth politics < polityk political (one of a number of areas of knowledge with -egieth or -ogieth ending)
prederyans thought (from the verb pedery/predery/perdery to think)
sciens science (not the same as skians knowledge, skill or sians whim, fancy)
story history > storek historical
treylya a-drenewen to distract (literally turn aside)