Cool people that come from wales (Cymru) and speeks the language welsh (Cymraig) welsh people are often hard (caled) but very friendly
Welsh person-Rydw i yn casau yr saeson rydw i mynd i losgi lloeger!
Welsh person 2-Rydw i cytuno dylent cymru ac alban a iwerddon dod fel un gwlad ac taflu allan pop person saesneg o yr deyrnas unedig.
by GrandMasterLoco June 28, 2005
the welsh are very friendly, help anyone in time are need, verytight-knit community that favour friendliness and kindness, they are very hard workers who spend more time working than socialising due to hardship and poverty, generally welsh peopla are great people its just they are often discriminated by the engish as being dumb or stupid or lack general social skills, even thought most welsh people have degrees or university qualifications, they enjoy their drink at oftens help them get through life, the biggest issue in wales is the discrimination between people who are rich and people who live in hardship, once people realise that life isnt all about money and social class
dont discriminate a welsh people because you discriminate people who understand what it is to be a kind hearted and to respect their neighbours as they respect themselves
by dave2011 September 03, 2011
These people are acused of shagging sheep by their dim witted English neighbours. When they are accused of this, they reply "thats right boyo, I shag them and you eat them".
English dim witted fuck: "Yo Taffy you sheep shagger"
Taffy: "Ever wonder what the white bits on your lamb is that you enjoy eating so much? Your a welsh cum eating idiot"
by Eldonko December 29, 2011
Something from Wales, or the language of Wales - a small country of about 1m people, divided into counties.

A greatly successful tribe formed from people who originated from the mediterranean long before English and England was ever thought of. The Welsh language was spoken widely across southern Britain.

A few thousand years later the English took over what they called Wales and treated the Welsh rather badly. One great event was the Welsh Knot where children who spoke Welsh were made to wear a sign around their neck "Welsh Knot". Also laws were written in English only meaning that the Welsh could not understand them.

Due to this anti-Welsh attitute by the English the Welsh language was almost lost. A bible was written some years later in Welsh which is the basis of the modern Welsh language (Cymraeg).

Even in more modern times the Welsh are treated by the English as underdogs. England did not win the war! (WWII)

Some Welsh people dislike the English for very good reason. A lot of English people hate the Welsh - for no reason whatsoever.
Some English hate the Welsh because of their Welsh accents. They will never see that the worst accents in Europe come from the south-east of England.
He speaks Welsh.

He comes from Pwllheli, he is Welsh.

Welsh Assembly - current half-formed government for Wales created by Englishmen but not allowed to be taken further.
by Joseph Rowe August 16, 2009
me having english/welsh/irish/scottish/french in me i stand proud and tall being welsh! we dont all spend our time in coal mines and we are not all crazy about sheep!
as you know i am part welsh and i enjoy having it in me!
by do yo chain hang low June 12, 2007
The welsh are the people from Wales. Not Sheep Shaggers, who live in mines and work there too. Many people in Wales can actually speak Welsh (the language) and people should like the Welsh as they like most countries, (not England, but some people do.. SHOCKER!)
Now stop being so rascist and hug the nearest Welsh person near you. x]
Welsh Person - "Hi, I'm Welsh, nice to meet you."

Someone else - "Ew. Sheep Shagger, who lives in a mine."

Welsh Person - "Actually, I don't. Don't believe everything you see on the Pot Noodle advert.."
by Ginsy x] April 28, 2007
People who are from the country of Wales. Wales is a country in the UK, and its capital - as well as the largest city - is Cardiff. "Welsh" may refer to the people of Wales or their Welsh accent.
The Welsh tend to be proud of their accent and their country. Not that that's a bad thing at all.
by CerseiTargaryen June 10, 2013
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