De Meurh, üdnegves warn ügens mis Meurh
Tuesday, 31st March
An diwettha dedh a vis Meurh ew hebma. Gorfednys ew an kensa mis gwenton. Mis Whevrel a veu an gleppa Whevrel besca veu recordys. Pur leb o an dor; pur leyjek o an bôwnderyow. Rosow kerry a wras trohow down. Mis Meurh ew en lies an segha mis e'n pow ma. Ma lavar coth: Ma Whevrel ow leuna an creunyow rag Meurh. Lebmyn gellys ew an liwyow ha ma'n leyjek ow tisewydhy - bes ma'n trohow whath ena ha ma tollow e'n vorr (fordh).
This is the last day of March. The first spring month is finished. February was the wettest February ever recorded. The ground was very wet; the lanes were very muddy. Vehicle wheels made deep ruts. March is commonly the driest month in this country. There is a proverb: February fills the dams for March. Now the floods are gone and the mud is drying up - but the ruts are still there and there are holes in the road.
Deg ger rag hedhyw: Ten words for today
an gleppa the wettest (gleb > gleppa > an gleppa)
an segha the driest (segh > segha > an segha)
besca veu recordys ever recorded, on record
disewydhy to dry up, dry out, shrink
en lies commonly
lavar coth proverb, old saying