moch


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moch

(mɒx)
n
a period of humid, clammy, or muggy weather
adj
(of weather) humid, clammy, or muggy
vb (intr)
(of foods) to become musty or spoiled
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I had hearde moch talk; but sayynge yt I saw naught remarkabyll in
Yn rhan o'r cynllun gweithredol fe fyddan nhw'n ystyried trapio, profi a difa'r moch daear unigol sy'n profi'n bositif i'r haint mewn modd trugarog.
Mae'r moch coed yn dechrau ymddangos ar y coed ifanc pan fyddan nhw tua deuddeng mlwydd oed.
"Menter Moch Cymru is delighted to be working with Wales YFC to provide this unique opportunity," said Melanie Cargill, Menter Moch Cymru project manager.
Roedd pobl yn arfer casglu'r eirin moch, llwythi reit fawr ohonyn nhw ac wedi eu hel at ei gilydd yn eu pannu'n reit dda er mwyn gwneud yn siwr fod y croen yn torri.
Yr uchafbwynt i mi oedd gweithio efo'r moch yn y bennod gynta'.
Mr Williams' involvement formed part of the launch of Menter Moch Cymru.
The group started out from the Coventry Transport Museum in Coventry city centre and three days later finished at the city's outdoor education centre Plas Dol Y Moch, near the village of Maentwrog in North Wales.
"Hybu Cig Cymru will be launching its new range of pointof-sale materials produced in partnership with Menter Moch Cymru at the event," said Rhys Llywelyn, HCC's market development manager.
Plas Dol Y Moch sta'commented on how enthusiastic and willing our students were during
The Nant y Moch (TAN 8 -Area D) site has been set a target of 140MW by 2010 by the Welsh Assembly Government with the possibility in the near future of a revised increased capacity.
WALES YFC and Menter Moch Cymru have joined forces to develop the Welsh pig industry.