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Alternative formsEdit

  • 'di (colloquial)

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

wedi

  1. past (time)
    chwarter wedi nawquarter past nine
    hanner awr ’di unhalf (an hour) past one
  2. after, used to form the perfect aspect
    Dw i wedi cysgu.
    I have slept (lit. "I am after sleeping").
    Dw i ddim wedi dysgu.
    I have not learnt (lit. "I am not after learning).
    Wyt ti wedi aros?
    Have you stayed? (lit. "Are you after staying?").
    Bydd o ’di gyrru.
    He will have driven (lit. "He will be after driving").
    Fydd o ddim ’di clywed
    He will not have heard (lit. "He will not be after hearing").
    Roedd hi ’di gweld
    She had seen (lit. "She was after seeing").
    Maen nhw wedi gorffen
    They have finished (lit. "They are after finishing").
  3. used to translate English passive participles and past tenses, depending on the verb
    Dw i wedi blino
    I am tired / I have tired (lit. "I am after tiring").
    Mae e wedi marw
    He is dead / he has died (lit. "He is after dying").