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Verb: welsh  welsh
  1. Avoid payment of a gambling or other debt
    - welch
Adjective: Welsh  welsh
  1. Of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language
    "the Welsh coast"; "Welsh syntax";
    - Cambrian, Cymric
Noun: Welsh  welsh
  1. A Celtic language of Wales
    - Cymric
  2. A native or resident of Wales
    - Welshman, Cambrian, Cymry, Taffy [UK, informal]
  3. A breed of dual-purpose cattle developed in Wales
    - Welsh Black

Derived forms: welshing, welshes, welshed

Type of: Bos taurus, Brittanic, Brittonic, Brythonic, cattle, cheat, chisel [informal], cows, European, kine [archaic], oxen, rip off [informal]

Part of: Cambria [archaic], Cymru, Wales

Encyclopedia: Welsh, Louisiana