Does the word dur signify wood, or, if the British dwr, is it not water?
Those indeed are busy times in the culinary quarters at the dwr.
As the spring season advanced, the two children at the dwr grew more and more excited.
We descended, and putting my head down, I drank greedily of the dwr santaidd, my guide following my example.
In a moment she returned, followed by the younger sister, who approached the mistress of the dwr and respectfully kissed her hand.
It was quite late when they reached the dwr; tea was being served on the veranda.
Kin–(cin)–dwr–scwd, he tells us, in Cymraeg signifies “High water cataract.”
We then got up and bade her farewell—but she begged that we would stay and taste the dwr santaidd of the holy well.
"I want you to come up to the dwr Thursday afternoon with Helena," Mrs. Ostrowska said, after a long silence.
The huts nestle snugly at the foot of the hill upon which stands the dwr, as if they craved protection from their superior.