I just tried to correct this page...but unfortunately I am unable to change the title of the entry. The native tongue in Wales (Cymru) is in fact called "Cymraeg" (also seen as Gymru, Nghymru and even Chymru). Who ever wrote this entry deserves to be horsewhipped by a small welsh schoolchild for this nonsense. The Welsh are a very proud race, with rich heritage and culture. I bet the person who wrote this doesn't even know how to pronounce Cymru. If that person is reading this, I hope that perhaps next time they will do more research on their chosen topics before (1) trying to sound as if they have any clue what they are talking about, and (2) potentially misinforming millions of people. In Cymraeg it is referred to as “malu cachi”, and the author of this page would be accurately referred to as "lembo" or possibly a "pidin tarw".
Kept. See archived discussion of February 2008. 07:00, 23 February 2008 (UTC)
Cymric - is a breed of domestic cat so the definition must stay. WritersCramp 23:40, 29 February 2008 (UTC)