Originally Posted by Sideways
Absolutely correct! Translation: And a Happy New Year!
I going to take a guess that yours says the same?
“Честита Нова Година” means the same Patrick … It sounds like “Chestita Nova Godina” …
We believe that origin of the ancient Bulgarian and Welsh is the same. My native town Pernik and Cardiff are in a close relation. Each winter – January here we have a mask festival (coming from the ancient pagan times) and people from Welsh are coming here and take part in it – down are several photos. If my memory serves Welsh people call their country Cymru and their language – KYMRАЕG – it sounds very close to Cymeru (Cymerian) – people living at the north shore of Black sea approx 2000 years BJ related with ancient Bulgarian and ancient Celtic people … you know Robert Howard and his Cymerian hero Konan the Barbarian … Some of scientists believe that the following names are derivatives of the name of these people: Cambridge, Cumberland , Cumberworth, Comberford, Comberback, Combermere, Comberton, Cummersdale, Cumrew...