The Welsh (Welsh: Cymry) are a Celtic nation and ethnic group native to Wales. "Welsh people" applies to those who were born in Wales (Welsh: Cymru) and to those who have Welsh ancestry, perceiving themselves or being perceived as sharing a cultural heritage and shared ancestral origins.
Not all of the categories for British people have been subdivided and there are many more articles about Welsh people in Category:British people. Subcategories This category has the following 34 subcategories, out of 34 total.
The Welsh are people from Wales, a country in the United Kingdom. Welsh people speak two languages, Welsh and English. They can also speak other languages occasionally. This short article about the United Kingdom can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it. Retrieved from " https://simple.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Welsh_people&oldid=7216953 ".
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Black Welsh people are inhabitants of Wales who have an African or an Afro-Caribbean background. Wales is home to one of the United Kingdom's oldest black communities, and Tiger Bay in Cardiff has housed a large Somali population since the development of the port in the 19th century.
Welsh (Cymraeg [kəmˈraːɨɡ] or y Gymraeg [ə ɡəmˈraːɨɡ]) is a Brittonic language of the Celtic language family that is native to the Welsh people.Welsh is spoken natively in Wales, by some in England, and in Y Wladfa (the Welsh colony in Chubut Province, Argentina).
Welsh, referring or related to Wales; Welsh language, a Brittonic Celtic language of the Indo-European language family, indigenous to the British Isles, spoken in Wales Patagonian Welsh, a dialect of Welsh, spoken in Argentina; Welsh people; Welsh culture; People. Welsh (surname) Sometimes used as a synonym for the ancient Britons (Celtic people)
The native people of Wales, the Welsh, have their own culture and traditions. They have their own Celtic language, Welsh. Although not all Welsh people can speak Welsh, it is a real living language for about 20% of Welsh people. Nearly all Welsh people can speak English. Some of them speak only English. The Welsh language has official status in ...
The cultural relationship between the Welsh and English is manifested through many shared cultural elements including language, sport, religion and food. The cultural relationship is usually characterised by tolerance of people and cultures, although some mutual mistrust and racism or xenophobia persists. Hatred or fear of the Welsh by the English has been termed "Cymrophobia", and similar attitudes towards the English by the Welsh, or others, are termed "Anglophobia". The relationship has devel
Crachach ( Welsh pronunciation: [ˈkraχaχ]) is a pejorative term used to refer to the native and Welsh-speaking people of Wales. The term translates as "petty gentry", "conceited upstarts", or "snobs", but has developed into a wider populist conspiracy theory. The theory is similar to English theories asserting the existence of a cabal which exists in much of the Western world.