Wales

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Wales
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Wales, ia̍h-sī kiò chò Cymru, sī tī Britain-tó téng-kôan ê 1 ê cho̍k-kûn kap kok-ka, sī Liân-ha̍p Ông-kok ê 1 pō͘-hūn. I hú-siâⁿCaerdydd (Eng-gí: Cardiff). I ê Wale-gí miâ kiò chò Cymru (IPA: /ˈkəmrɨ/); Eng-gí-miâ hō-chò Wales, goân-thâu sī 1 ê Tek-gí-hē ê sû, ì-sù sī "chheⁿ-hūn--ê".

Lô-má Tè-kok tī Wales lâm-pō͘, pak-pō͘ khí siâⁿ. Tī 1282 nî, England ê Edward Ông It-sè phah-pāi Siōng-bóe-ê Llywelyn, i sī Cymru siōng-bóe 1 ê chū-chú ê thâu-lâng. Edward khí 1 cho͘ siâⁿ lâi khòng-chè Cymru-lâng.

Chāi-tē ê gí-giân sī Wales-gí (Cymraeg, y Gymraeg).

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