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Click to Translate - Breton

Can you guess the correct Breton translation for each of these English words?
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: May 16, 2023
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First submittedMay 16, 2023
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Why
Yesterday
Eye
Goodbye
Sunday
Five
Chair
Book
Weather
Yellow
Hello
Please
Food
Bread
No
Hungry
With
Thank you
Eat
Easy
Aes
Amzer
Bara
Boued
Debriñ
Dec'h
Demat
Gant
Kador
Kenavo
Ket
Lagad
Levr
Mar plij
Melen
Naon
Pemp
Perak
Sul
Trugarez
1 Comments
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Level 72
Nov 28, 2023
This was a really interesting one. I'm a Welsh speaker so I was curious how Breton compares, and some of the words were very similar (melyn/melen, pump/pemp, etc.).

Strangely, the word for weather (amzer) is very similar to the Welsh word for time (amser). Not sure whether these two are connected and it's maybe a definition that's drifted off in different directions in each Celtic language?