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Post Re: 3-Man shortlist to replace Gatland?
Fids the Blindside wrote:
Huge twitter debate over the weekend about daps.

North Walians call them pumps apparently


"Daps" is a word with a West Country(of England) origin and brought to South Wales by those moving to work in the coal industry.


Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:32 am
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Post Re: 3-Man shortlist to replace Gatland?
eog wrote:
Fids the Blindside wrote:
Huge twitter debate over the weekend about daps.

North Walians call them pumps apparently


"Daps" is a word with a West Country(of England) origin and brought to South Wales by those moving to work in the coal industry.


Cornwall used to be called South Wales.


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Post Re: 3-Man shortlist to replace Gatland?
Bouch wrote:
eog wrote:
Fids the Blindside wrote:
Huge twitter debate over the weekend about daps.

North Walians call them pumps apparently


"Daps" is a word with a West Country(of England) origin and brought to South Wales by those moving to work in the coal industry.


Cornwall used to be called South Wales.


Cornwall was called West Wales by the Anglo Saxons who called the Wales of today North Wales.


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Post Re: 3-Man shortlist to replace Gatland?
eog wrote:
Bouch wrote:
eog wrote:
Fids the Blindside wrote:
Huge twitter debate over the weekend about daps.

North Walians call them pumps apparently


"Daps" is a word with a West Country(of England) origin and brought to South Wales by those moving to work in the coal industry.


Cornwall used to be called South Wales.


Cornwall was called West Wales by the Anglo Saxons who called the Wales of today North Wales.


Maps of the 18th Century confirm that .... http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/colbeck/england_1065.jpg


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