Y gwahaniaeth rhwng diwygiadau o "Tafodiaith"

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[[Amrywiad (ieithyddiaeth)|Amrywiad]] o [[iaith]] sydd yn nodweddiadol o grŵp penodol o siaradwyr yw '''tafodiaith'''. Gwelir tafodieithoedd gwahanol mewn rhanbarthau daearyddol gwahanol, ond gall hefyd gweld gwahaniaethau rhwng y ffordd siarader iaith o ganlyniad i ffactorau eraill, e.e. [[dosbarth cymdeithasol]]. Weithiau caiff tafodiaith ei chymysgu ag [[acen]]; cyfeirir acen at [[ynganiad]] nodweddiadol yn unig, tra bo tafodiaith yn cynnwys [[gramadeg]] a [[geirfa]] llafar hefyd. Gelwir astudiaeth tafodieithoedd yn [[tafodieitheg|dafodieitheg]].
 
==Enghreifftiau==
Tafodiaith Penrhyn Gwyr
http://www.gowermagazine.com/gower_dialect.htm
Angletouch; a worm
Back; iron plate, part of a dredge
Bossey; a calf still running with its mother
Carthen; winnowing sheet
Bumbagus; the bittern (cf Welsh aderyn y bwn)
Cassaddle; harness piece for a draught horse
Charnel; box-like space above the fireplace, often used for hanging bacon
Cloam: earthenware
Cratch: haystack
Culm: small coal used in lime-burning
Deal: a litter (of pigs)
Drashel: a flail
Dumbledarry: cockchafer
Evil: a three pronged dung-fork
Galeeny: guinea-fowl
Gambo: a cart, wagon
Glaster: buttermilk in the churn [glasdwr?]
Gurgins: coarse flour
Hambrack: a straw horse-collar (cf rach)
Holmes: holly
Ipson: the quantity that can be held in a pair of cupped hands
Jalap: liniment; laxative tonic
Kerning: ripening; turning sour
Kersey: cloth woven from fine wool
Kittlebegs: gaiters
Kyling: sea fishing
Lake: small stream or brook
Lansher: greensward between holdings in a common
Mapsant
Mawn
Mort
Mucka
Nestletrip
Oakwib
Owlers
Pill
Pilmy
Rach
Reremouse
Riff
Rying
Shoat
Slade
Soul
Spleet
Vair
Viel/Vile
Want
Wimbling
Witches
Zig
Zive
Zongals
Zul/sul
 
field or viel
local saint’s feast day celebrations
arge wicker basket for animal feed
pigfat; lard
a rickyard
smallest pig in a litter
cockchafer [Bwletin 40]
wool
smugglers
stream
dusty
the last sheaf of corn to be harvested
the bat (animal)
short wooden stick for sharpening a scythe
fishing
a small wheaten loaf
land sloping towards the sea
cheese or butter, as eaten with bread
(1) a knitting needle, (2) a quarryman’s bar a stoat or weasel [Mwy am hyn cyn bo hir] a field, still used to describe the common field at Rhossili
a mole
winnowing
moths
urine
scythe
corn gleanings
a plough
 
 
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