cael

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Welsh[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Syncopated form of caffel, from Middle Welsh caffael, verbal noun from Proto-Celtic *kab- (compare Cornish kavoes, Breton kavout), alteration of Proto-Indo-European *kh₂pi- (compare Latin capere, English have, heave, Albanian kap).

Verb[edit]

cael (irregular)

  1. to receive, to have
    Mi gaf i Sbaeneg nesaf ― I have Spanish next
    Cael brecwast ― To have breakfast

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