Welsh or gibberish?

Are these words part of the Welsh language or just gibberish?
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Last updated: January 15, 2019
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1. Gwasanaethau
Welsh
Gibberish
Means 'service station'
2. Balch
Welsh
Gibberish
Means 'proud' or 'pride'
3. Pump o'r gloch
Welsh
Gibberish
'Five o' clock;
4. Rhosllanerchrugog
Welsh
Gibberish
A village in north Wales
5. Popty ping
Welsh
Gibberish
Slang word for 'microwave'
6. Pili Pala
Welsh
Gibberish
Means 'Butterfly'
7. Ysbyty
Welsh
Gibberish
Welsh word for 'hospital'
8. Moronydd
Welsh
Gibberish
Welsh word for Carrots
9. Penisa'r Waun
Welsh
Gibberish
A village in north Wales
10. Pysgod Wibblywobbly
Welsh
Gibberish
Slang word for jellyfish
11. Sglefrod
Welsh
Gibberish
Proper word for jellyfish
12. Isht
Welsh
Gibberish
Short for 'isht y lawr', meaning 'shut up'
13. Bachgyn
Welsh
Gibberish
Welsh word for boy, literally means 'little man'
14. Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch
Welsh
Gibberish
A village in north Wales
15. Hiraeth
Welsh
Gibberish
A homesickness for a place you can never return to, or never was x
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Level ∞
Jan 16, 2019
Lol. Should have known. But then I saw "Popty ping" and I knew that had to be gibberish. But, nope, Welsh.
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Level 70
Jan 16, 2019
Isn't Popty ping just the second most beautiful word after Pili pala? At least it's not a test of pronunciation =D
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Level 71
Jan 22, 2019
When you know the word for oven is popty, it makes perfect sense
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Level 69
May 15, 2019
As a Welshman and with Welsh as my mother tongue, born and bred in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, I have never ever heard anyone actually use the word 'Popty Ping'. As for Pysgod Wibblywobbly...utter gibberish 'wibblywobbly' is an English 'word'.
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Level 70
May 15, 2019
Yes well I've never heard anyone actually use the word 'Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis', but it's still a word. I have, however, heard of a little something called 'vernacular'.
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Level 25
Oct 7, 2020
moronydd isn't a word, moron is plural and singular, bachgyn isn't a word its bachgen or bechgyn, isht is'nt a genuine word its a slang word, and as for pysgod wibbly wobbly, that's absolute rubbish and i can assureyou nobody uses it.
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Level 70
Oct 18, 2020
Pretty big talk from someone with such appalling gramadeg.
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Level 69
May 15, 2019
Gibberish. You show me a person that uses those words in everyday life in Wales and i'll eat my hat.
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Level 70
May 15, 2019
This was meant to be a fun little quiz to make people smile, no need to be so difrifol.
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Level 69
May 16, 2019
I know and it was fun! Ond dydi 'Wibblywobbly' ddim yn air Gymraeg. Fasa 'Wibli wobli' yn fwy gywir.
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Level 48
Aug 3, 2020
Boy in Welsh is 'bachgen', so a typo to correct. I am also very confused on 'isht'. 'isht y lawr' is a mangled form for 'sit down' and not 'shut up'. In north Wales, 'shut up' is 'cau dy geg', and 'cau dy ben' in the south (literally shut your head for the latter).