Dolgellau

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Dolgellau

(dɒlˈɡɛθlaɪ; Welsh dɒlˈɡɛhlaɪ)
n
(Placename) a market town and tourist centre in NW Wales, in Gwynedd. Pop: 2407 (2001). Former spelling: Dolgelley
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"At Dolgelley (sic) special precautions had been taken for his protection, and the crowd which surrounded the station was kept at bay by the Police, who also surrounded the close carriage in which he was conveyed to the Shire Hall," the Merioneth County Times reported.
Yn ol ar y llwybr, neu'r hen ffordd i Ddolgellau i fod yn fanwl gywir, rydym yn dod ar draws hen garreg filltir "Dolgelley 22 miles".
Caerphilly, Rumney, Lisvane, Carnarvon, Carmarthen, Dolgelley, Conway etc are all Welsh names that have been altered in order to help people ignorant of the Welsh pronunciation.