athro m (plural athrawon)
When used to mean "teacher", this term refers only to males, the coordinate female term being athrawes. The plural athrawon serves when talking of a group of both genders. When used to mean "professor", athro it is written with the definite article and upper case A ("Yr Athro"), has no specific gender reference and used for a female or a male.
- (gender): athrawes f
- prifathro m (“headmaster, headteacher”)
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.|