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Series: Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad

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Berw gwyllt yn Abergweun : hanes rhyfedd glaniad y Ffrancod yn Abergwaun yn 1797 by T. Llew Jones1
Seidr : diod gadarn yr afallen by John Williams-Davies2
Y porthmyn Cymreig by Twm Elias3
Y tylwyth teg by John Owen Huws4
Blas ar iaith Llŷn ac Eifionydd by Bedwyr Lewis Jones5
Teganau gwerin plant Cymru by Tecwyn Vaughan Jonesnot in English Common Knowledge6
Cligieth, c'nebrwn ac angladd : hen arferion marw a chladdu yng Nghymru by Catrin Stevens7
Gwrachod Cymru ddoe a heddiw by Eirlys Gruffydd8
Enwau tafarnau Cymru by Myrddin ap Dafyddnot in English Common Knowledge9
Straeon gwerin Cymru (Llyfrau llafar gwlad) by Robin Gwyndaf10
Geirfa'r mwynwyr by Steffan ab Owain11
Heb long wrth y cei : hen borthladdoedd diflanedig Cymru by Aled Eamesnot in English Common Knowledge14
Torri mawn by Trefor M. Owen17
Cymraeg Sir Benfro (Llyfrau llafar gwlad) by G. M. Awbery19
Enwau lleoedd Bro Dyfrdwy ac Alun by Hywel Wyn Owen21
Duwiau'r Celtiaid by Gwyn Thomas24
Tywysyddion Eryri : ynghyd â nodiadau ar lysieuaeth yr ardal by Dewi Jonesnot in English Common Knowledge25
Enwau Buallt a Maesyfed (Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad) by Richard Morgan27
Enwau adar by Dewi E. Lewis28
Goleuo'r sêr : golwg ar Kelt Edwards a'i waith by E. V. Breeze Jonesnot in English Common Knowledge29
Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad:30. Dic Dywyll y Baledwr (Welsh Edition) by Hefin Jonesnot in English Common Knowledge30
Blodau'r Maes a'r Ardd ar Lafar Gwlad by Gwenllian Awberynot in English Common Knowledge31
Collen, cyllell a chorn by Bob Gruff Jones32
Y nain yn y carped by Cen Williams33
Ceffylau dur : hen beiriannau amaethyddol by Elfyn Scourfield34
Ffynhonnau Cymru, cyfrol 1 by Eirlys Gruffydd36
Enwau Cymraeg ar Dai (Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad) by Myrrdin ap Dafydd37
Cynghanedd cerdd a thelyn yn Arfon by Dewi Jones41
Ar hyd ben 'rallt by Elfed Gruffydd42
Ffynhonnau Cymru, cyfrol 2 by Eirlys Gruffydd43
?Doeth a Wrendy. . .?not in English Common Knowledge45
'Fyl'na weden i' : blas ar dafodiaith canol Ceredigion by Huw Evans46
Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad:50. Cymry ac Aur Colorado, Y by Eirug Daviesnot in English Common Knowledge50
Seintiau Cynnar Cymru (Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad) by Daniel J. Mullins51
Brenhines Powys (Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad) by Gwenan Mair Gibbard56
Chwyn Joe Pye a Phincas Robin : ysgrifau ar ryfeddodau a llên gwerin byd natur by Bethan Wyn Jonesnot in English Common Knowledge60
Pobol a phethe Dimbech by R.M. Owen65
Rhagor o enwau adar by Dewi E. Lewis66
Bugail olaf y cwm by Huw Jones68
Llên gwerin y môr : arferion, chwedlau, coelion, dywediadau, mytholeg, traddodiadau by Dafydd Guto Ifannot in English Common Knowledge80
Dyddiau cŵn : bugail y Mynydd Bach by Idris Morgannot in English Common Knowledge81
Pen-blwydd Mwnci, Gogyrogo a Char Gwyll by Steffan ab Owain89

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Series description

Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad are a series Welsh-language books begun in 1986 by Llanrwst publisher Gwasg Carreg Gwalch. Early volumes were card-covered, stapled booklets of between 36 and 80 pp., although more recent volumes have been up to 195 pp. (no. 46). The subjects of the Llyfrau Llafar Gwlad ('country talk books') include local dialects, house, place and pub names, folktales, children's toys, miners' vocabulary, bird names, disappeared ports, holy wells, agricultural machinery, momentos mori and rural crafts.

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