De Merth, pempes mis Genver
Tuesday, 5th January
Dallath a'n vledhen o pur yeyn. Thera clehy ow cregy war nebes plansow en dadn londer ow tivera. An howl a deudhas moyha radn an rew ha keser, saw ma'n prei ma puppres en skeuj ha ma whath lownow yey warnodho. Nag era glaw hedhyw, etho jorna vas o rag kerdhes ha marhoga. Bes kemerowgh with en tremena an vorr. Otta carr clevyon ow fesky.
The start of the year was very cold. There were icicles hanging on some plants underneath a dripping launder. The sun melted most of the frost and hail, but this clay is always in shade and there are still ice slivers on it. There was no rain today, so it was a suitable day for walking and horse-riding. But take care crossing the road. Here's an ambulance in a hurry.
Deg ger rag hedhyw: Ten words for today
carr clevyon (m) ambulance
clehy icicles, ice-bells < clehien (f)
divera to drip
fesky to hurry
londer (m) launder, gutter for roof water
lown (m) sliver, blade
prei (m) clay, mud
rew (m) frost
teudha to thaw, melt
vas suitable, good