Cornish (Kernewek) is a Brythonic Celtic language spoken in Cornwall, England. Cornish is not currently taught in schools, but there are efforts to revive the language. There are a few ways to say hello in Cornish: Hello (formal): Dyma hwi, ha dynnargh dhywgh? Hello (informal): Ha dynnargh dhywgh?
How To Say Hello In Cornish
Hello in Cornish is “Dydh da” or “Da”.
There is no one definitive way to say hello in Cornish. Some possibilities include “Hello, how are you?” or “Good day.”
- Say hello by saying “good day” or “god dag”
- You can also say “hello” or “hi”
- If you want to be more formal, you can say “how do you do?”
– hello in Cornish is “Dydh da” – you can also say “Good day” or “Good morning” – to say goodbye, you can say “Bye” or “Ta ta”
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Hello In Cornish Language?
Hello in Cornish language is “Dydh da”
How Do You Say Good Morning In Cornish?
“Good morning” in Cornish can be translated as “Dydh da” or “Morgen”.
How Do I Say Good Morning In Cornish?
Greeting someone in the morning in Cornish is easy – just say “Good Mornin'”
Hello in Cornish is “Dia dhuit”.