3 definitions by Denver Wagner

trans. v.

(while in Wales) to come up to people and address them in Welsh, whether you know that they speak Welsh or not (deriv. Cymraeg). Cf. welsh
In Y Gwyll, the Welsh version of Hinterland, DCI Mathias would always come-raeg to people all the time.
by Denver Wagner February 28, 2016
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verb (esp. of an Asian person)
to walk directly towards another person due to distraction while texting.
I was walking around town this morning and two Asian guys kami-texted on me.
by Denver Wagner November 20, 2014
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trans. v.
(while in Wales) to come up to people and address them in Welsh, whether you know that they speak Welsh or not. Cf. come-raeg
I was in the queue in St. David's Hall, and this woman came out of nowhere and welshed the bartender. After a split second of no response from him, she repeated in English.
by Denver Wagner February 28, 2016
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