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Walian
  1. A person from Wales; a native or inhabitant of Wales; a Welsh person.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “He is a North Walian royalist with a more sceptical view of inde pendence.”
Welshwoman
  1. A woman who is a native or inhabitant of Wales.
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    1. “Yesterday, as if to make amends, the 26-year-old Welshwoman turned out for the team at 200m and in the 4x400m relay.”
      “The unseeded Welshwoman twice led in the match before David, the No2 seed, delighted the crowd with a victory.”
      “Even the Welshwoman who runs the off-licence in Tomintoul, prefers nosing whisky to drinking it and opts for a glass of white wine over both.”
Welshman
  1. A man who is a native or inhabitant of Wales.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Williams broke down on a 44 but Hunter could not take advantage as the Welshman potted a long yellow and cleared to the pink to go two up.”
      “For those keeping count, the Welshman has accumulated 23 major championship medals.”
      “I am a Welshman who is as proud today of being team manager as I was on the day I was appointed to the job.”
Welsher
  1. (US) A person of Welsh descent; a Welshman.
  2. Examples:
    1. “I already have too many hang-ups about people who think they are considerably Welsher than me to spit in a jar and discover that genetically I'm a plastic Taff.”
      “He knows every rook and welsher and every swell magsman, and all their haunts and habits.”
      “The boy hung his head, but looked sulky rather than thankful for his brother's interference with himself and the welsher.”
Welshism
  1. A characteristically Welsh phrase, idiom, etc.
Welshness
  1. The quality or characteristic of being Welsh
  2. Examples:
    1. “Welsh choruses, for example, have long maintained repertories and concert practices that intentionally draw attention to Welshness.”
      “When the University of Wales at Aberystwyth was established, its links with European culture were initially emphasized rather than its Welshness.”
      “I began to read voraciously not only about harps, harpists, and harp music, but to find out about eisteddfodic Welshness.”
Welshie
  1. (pejorative) Welshman
Welshwomen
  1. plural of Welshwoman
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    1. “Known as the Merched y Wawr, or Women of the Dawn, it is dedicated to promoting the rights of Welshwomen, the Welsh language and culture, and organizing charitable projects.”
      Welshwomen might marry Englishmen, but none of the highborn Cymry might aspire to wed an Englishwoman.”
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Welshmen
  1. plural of Welshman
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    1. “Hercus made the touchline conversion this time, meaning the Welshmen were 15-3 ahead after only 15 minutes.”
      Welshmen traditionally carved love spoons which their sweethearts wore round their necks on a ribbon.”
      “The Welshmen were struggling in the old fourth division at the time while Arsenal were one of the biggest forces in the game.”
Welshisms
  1. plural of Welshism
Welshers
  1. plural of Welsher
  2. Examples:
    1. “He says that in his time Lombardy, or Gallia Cisalpina, was called by the Germans Welshland, and hence, by the vulgar, Italy was called Welshland, and the Italians Welshers.”
      “And this denomination, originating from this part, was afterward transferred to the whole of Italy, which was called Welshland, and its inhabitants Welshers.”
Walians
  1. plural of Walian
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  3. Examples:
    1. “So once again, one can only shake one's head in frustration at the inability of North Walians to access all its potential delights.”
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