Aberllefenni - an entire Welsh village for sale at just £1.25m

Discussion in 'Wales/Cymru' started by editor, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Cheaper than some of the shit flats opposite me!

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  2. cheesethief

    cheesethief Well-Known Member

    Does the buyer get to declare themselves King of the village and exercise the right of prima nocta? :hmm:
     
  3. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    a mate is actually proposing this! :D and having an anarchist village, that they'll be the dictator of
     
  4. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    "Anarchist dictator" :facepalm:
     
  5. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    yes, they're taking the piss
    e2a as in joking if not clear
     
  6. Ralph Llama

    Ralph Llama ERROR 23 : DEFAULT MODE NETWORK COMPROMISED Banned

    *hits crowdfunding sites

    edit... fuck that I`m going to Radical Roots... I`m sure the Tridos bank could sort this out.
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2018
  7. keybored

    keybored #NeverUseTheInternetAgain

    "Indigo Jones" :rolleyes:

    Edit: Thought this was some company using a trendy twist on "Inigo Jones", turned out to be a bona fide old slate works. My bad.
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2018
  8. weltweit

    weltweit Well-Known Member

    What does "fenni" mean I see it a lot on Welsh town names.
     
  9. Ralph Llama

    Ralph Llama ERROR 23 : DEFAULT MODE NETWORK COMPROMISED Banned

    It is referencing the river (Welsh:Afon) Gafenni .



    aber confluence of water bodies or mouth
    'outpouring' of water
    afon river
    allt hillside, wood
    bach little
    bedd grave
    betws chapel, oratory
    blaen, blaenau source(s) of stream, upland
    bryn hill
    bwlch gap in hills, pass
    cae field, enclosure
    caer fort, stronghold
    capel chapel
    carn, carnedd cairn (a heap of stones)
    cas, castell castle
    cefn ridge
    cei quay
    cil corner, nook, recess
    clog, clogwyn steep cliff
    coed forest, wood
    cors bog
    croes cross, crossroads
    crug hillock
    cwm valley
    cymer confluence
    din hill fort
    dinas city
    dol meadow
    dwfr, dŵr water
    dyffryn valley
    eglwys church
    erw acre
    ffin boundary
    ffordd road
    ffos ditch, dike
    ffridd mountain pasture
    ffynnon spring
    garth enclosure, garden, ridge
    glan bank of river or lake
    glyn deep valley
    gwaun moorland
    hafod summer farmstead
    hafn ravine
    hendre winter farmstead
    llan parish, parish church
    llannerch clearing
    llech covert, slate
    llyn lake
    maen stone
    mawr big
    melin mill
    merthyr martyrium
    moel bare hill
    môr sea
    morfa marsh
    mynydd mountain, moorland
    nant brook, small valley
    newydd new
    ogof cave
    pandy fulling mill
    pant hollow, valley
    parc park, field
    pen head, end
    penrhyn promontory
    pentre homestead, village
    pistyll waterfall
    plas hall, mansion
    pont bridge
    porth harbour, gateway
    pwll pool
    rhaeadr waterfall
    rhiw hill, slope
    rhos moor, promontory
    rhyd ford
    sarn causeway
    sir county, shire
    stryd street
    tafarn inn, tavern
    ton lea
    traeth beach
    tref village, town
    tŷ house
    y, yr, 'r the
    ynys island, river-meadow
    ysbyty hospital
    ysgol school
    ystrad valley (floor)
    Now I know Abergavenny is "the mouth of the river Gafenni" then i guess that Aberllefenni would be " room/space or slate of the river Gafenni " .

    :/​
     
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