Cayr Deeth

(Aa-enmyssit ass Cayr Deeth (countee))

Ta Cayr Deeth (Bretnish: Caerdydd, Baarle: Cardiff) ny choontae, ny phreeu-valley as ny valley smoo ayns Bretin. Ta'n balley soit 'sy çhenn choontae Morgannwg ayns jiass ny çheerey. Rere staydraa yn choyrle valjagh, va ny smoo na 361,469 (2016)[3] cummaltee.

Cayr Deeth
Dinas a Sir Caerdydd
City and County of Cardiff
—  Ard-ard, Caayr, Preeu-valley  —
Caayr as Coontae Chayr Deeth
Cashtal Chayr Deeth
Jarroo-raa: "Y ddraig goch ddyry cychwyn"
"Leeidee y dragan jiarg y raad"
Cayr Deeth ayns Bretyn
Co-ordnaidyn: 51°29′N 3°11′W / 51.483°N 3.183°W / 51.483; -3.183Co-ordnaidyn: 51°29′N 3°11′W / 51.483°N 3.183°W / 51.483; -3.183
Çheer Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Reeriaght Unnaneysit
Çheer cho-ayrnagh Flag of Wales.svg Bretyn
Coontae Freilt De Morgannwg
Shenn choontae Morgannwg
Bunneeaght
 - Roie-hendeeagh Soieaghey
 - 75 RJC Cashtal Romanagh
 - 1536 BNJ Balley coontae
 - 1581[1] Kaart reeoil
 - 1905[2] Stayd caayragh
Reiltys
 - Sorçh Lught-reill unnaneagh
 - Colught Coonceil Chaayr as Coontae Chayr Deeth
 - Fer toshee ny coonceil Rodney Berman
 - OHAyn Jenny Rathbone
Julie Morgan
Vaughan Gething
Mark Drakeford
 - MPyn Jenny Willott
Jonathan Evans
Alun Michael
Kevin Brennan
 - OAOyn John Bufton, Jill Evans, Kay Swinburne, Derek Vaughan
Eaghtyr
 - Caayr 6.652 km2 (2.6 mi ker)
 - Baljagh 140 km² (54.1 mi ker)
Earroo yn phobble (2007)
 - Caayr 321,000 (1d)
 - Glooaght y phobble 4,392/km² (11,375.2/mi ker)
 Baljagh 361,469[3]
 Moirvaljagh 841,600
Kynneeaght[4]
 - Bane 91.57%
 - meshtit 1.99%
 - Aishanagh 3.96%
 - Gorrym 1.28%
 - elley 1.20%
Çhengey[5]
 - Bretnish 13%
Cryss hraa Traa Mean Ghreenwich (UTC+0)
 - Sourey (TTSL) Traa Houree Ghoaldagh (UTC+1)
Coad postagh CF3, CF5, CF10, CF11, CF14, CF15, CF23, CF24
Coad(yn) çhellvane 029
ISO 3166-2 GB-NTL
Coad ONS 00PT
NUTS 3 UKL22
Coad OS ST181764
Rheynn-reih Hionnal Ashoonagh Vretin Cayr Deeth Heear, Cayr Deeth Hwoaie, Cayr Deeth Yiass as Penarth, Cayr Deeth Veanagh
Rheynn-reih Ard-whaiyl Hostyn Cayr Deeth Heear, Cayr Deeth Hwoaie, Cayr Deeth Yiass, Cayr Deeth Veanagh
Rheynn-reih ny h-Oarpey Bretyn
Earrooyn-chlaare CA, CB, CC, CD, CE, CF, CG, CH, CJ, CK, CL, CM, CN, CO
Ynnyd-eggey www.cardiff.gov.uk

T'ad gra dy vel bun yn ennym focklyn çheet er Castell ar y Taff, dy gra myr shen, "Cashtal er y Taff".[6]

ImraaghynEdit

  1. Cardiff Timeline. Cardiffians. Feddynit er 2008-02-29.
  2. Beckett, J.V. (2005). City Status in the British Isles, 1830–2002. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2. ISBN 9780754650676. Feddynit er 2008-10-02.
  3. 3.0 3.1 https://statswales.gov.wales/Catalogue/Population-and-Migration/Population/Estimates/Local-Authority/populationestimates-by-localauthority-year.
  4. Cardiff. Ethnic Group (UV09). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-24.
  5. Cardiff. Welsh Language Skills (UV84). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-20.
  6. Hywel Wyn Owen (1998). The Place-names of Wales. ISBN 0-7083-1458-9.


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