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Y Tywyddiadur

Prif nodwedd y gronfa hon yw'r dyddiad, mis neu'r flwyddyn penodol sydd yn sail i'ch cofnod. Mae'r tywydd wrth gwrs yn rhywbeth sydd yn digwydd "rwan", pryd bynnag yw neu oedd "rwan" i'r cofnodwr gwreiddiol; y bore yma efallai, diwrnod arbennig yn eich plentyndod, neu sylw mewn dyddiadur dwy ganrif yn ôl yn sir Feirionnydd.... efallai. Neu efallai bod cysylltiad y sylw a'r tywydd yn ymddangosiadol wan iawn: tylluan wen yn hela am dri o'r gloch y prynhawn ar ddyddiad arbennig o Chwefror; clywed y gog yn canu ddiwedd mis Mawrth; teilo cae at datws ddechrau’r gwanwyn. Tywydd....? efallai! Ffenoleg...? yn bendant.

Mae'r Tywyddiadur yn rhyngweithiol - hynny yw, mi allwch rhoi gwybodaeth i fewn iddo, neu chael gwybodaeth allan. Y cam cyntaf y byddwch yn cymryd wrth fentro ar y dudalen hon felly fydd dewis pa un rydych am ei wneud.... Chwilio ynteu Mewnbynnu (blychod chwilio ar y chwith mewn glas, blychod mewnbynnu ar y dde mewn coch).

(Ewch i’r gwaelod am ganllawiau cychwynnol).

CHWILIO: Chi biau’r dewis: mis neu gyfnod arbennig efallai, blwyddyn, gair (neu ddau air), neu ddiwrnod penodol (treiwch ddyddiad eich pen-blwydd). Cewch wneud cyfuniad o rhain.

MEWNBYNNU: Trwy fewnbynnu cewch ychwanegu at y gronfa a chreu adnodd mwy cynhwysfawr fyth i ymchwilwyr fel chi. Dim ond tri amod sydd ar eich cofnod: ei fod yn cynnwys rhyw fath o ddyddiad, lleoliad (bras neu fanwl), a bod y cofnod rhywfodd yn gysylltiedig â’r amgylchedd.




Oriel

Tywyddiadur

cog OR cuckoo

291 cofnodion a ganfuwyd.
29/4/1671
Livry, France
Mme. de Sévigné LETTRES CHOISIES Hachette (1885)
Livry, ce mercredi 29e avril 1671..... J`ai fait hier [28 Ebrill 1671]..... je le [Arnauld d`Andilly] quittai, et vins ici, où je trouvai tout le triomphe du mois de mai [awgrymu mai tymor cynnar ydoedd]. Le rossignol [eos], le coucou [cog], la fauvette [telor], "Dans nos forêts ont ouvert le printemps". Je m`y suis promenée tout le soir seule.
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16/4/1743
Llanfechell
Dyddiadur William Bulkeley, Brynddu, Llanfechell, Môn (gyda chaniatad Adran Archifau a Chasgliadau Arbennig Prifysgol Bangor)
16th. The Wind E, blowing high in the morning, cold and scorching, came to N. in the Evening & grew calm and very warm: My people all this week are plowing for, & sowing Barley: To Day I first heard the Cuccow [COG GYNTAF], & saw the first Swallow this year.
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23/4/1748
Biwmares, Llysdulas
Dyddiadur William Bulkeley, Brynddu, Llanfechell, Môn (gyda chaniatad Adran Archifau a Chasgliadau Arbennig Prifysgol Bangor)
23d. The Wind W. very moderate, Sun Shiny, fair and warm generally all day; pd. at my lodging 1s. at Breakfast, pd. a bill for my Man & the horses 12s. 4d. gave the Maid 8d. pd. Wm. Wynn the Barber 1s. 6d. & pd. Robert Jones my Man 5s. to pay Wm. Wynn. Set out from Beaumares a[bout sw] ii? & was at LLysdulas before 3. To day I ^heard^ saw the Cuccow first this year [COG]
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29/4/1788
Llangollen
A Year with the Ladies of Llangollen
The loveliest blue and silver morning I ever beheld. My Beloved and I went the home circuit. The air perfumed with sweetbriar, violets, and the Blossoms of various kinds of Cherries. A Choir of Birds. The Cuckold [cog] for the first time this year...The country in a blaze of beauty.
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29/4/1789
Llangollen
A Year with the Ladies of Llangollen
Rain. The cuckold [cog] for the first time this year.
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8/5/1790
Llangollen
A Year with the Ladies of Llangollen Gol Elizabeth Mavor
Brilliant. The Cuckoo and a choir of Birds. discovered a nest of cowslips by the pales. transplanted them to the Bank of Primroses.
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9/5/1790
Llangollen
A Year with the Ladies of Llangollen Gol Elizabeth Mavor
The Cuckoo, Linnets, Larks, Blackbirds, thrushes, all about our window. John Jones of Chirk brought Thirteen plants of the Clove Pink, Slips of rosemary and Lavender. Inputted by CS
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28/4/1804
Overstowey, Gwlad yr Haf
Dyddiadur William Holland (Paupers & Pig Killers: Sutton Publishing 1984..2003)
28 Apr 1804 I heard the cuckoo for the first time this year on this very day
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22/4/1820
Glynllifon
Llyfr Memoranda John Thorman, Cipar Glynllifon (gyda chaniatad y teulu)
Cuckoo heard at Glynnllifon [sic] April 22th [sic] 1820
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17/4/1822
Glynllifon
Llyfr Memoranda John Thorman, Cipar Glynllifon (gyda chaniatad y teulu)
Cuckoo heard at Glynnllifon [sic] 17th April 1822
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27/4/1825
Norhthamptonshire
Dyddiadur John Clare ("John Clare By Himself", Robinson & Powell, Fyfield Books ISBN 1 85754 288-6]
Heard the Cuckoo for the first time this Season - it was said to be heard a week back by a shepherd -....some young Plants of Ash and Maple showing leaf...
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0/0/1832
Sir Benfro
Saunders D (2014) yn Natur Cymru (Fifty Years ago)
The first American land bird record for Wales, indeed for Great Britain, is a yellow-billed cuckoo in the autumn of 1832. James Tracy, naturalist and birds stuffer of Pembroke, wrote that the bird had been killed by his brother near Stackpole Court, Pembrokeshire who said; "I first noticed it on the top of an ash tree, in the act of feeding on some small insects on the wing; seeing it appeared and nondescript it was shot immediately and nothing more observed as to its habits". The specimen labelled as the Carolina Cuckoo, was presented by Lord Cawdor to the Natural History Museum. (Matthew 1894).
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0/0/1832
Stangbwll, Penfro
Saunders D (2014) yn Natur Cymru (Fifty Years ago)
The first American land bird record for Wales, indeed for Great Britain, is a yellow-billed cuckoo in the autumn of 1832. James Tracy, naturalist and birds stuffer of Pembroke, wrote that the bird had been killed by his brother near Stackpole Court, Pembrokeshire who said; "I first noticed it on the top of an ash tree, in the act of feeding on some small insects on the wing; seeing it appeared and nondescript it was shot immediately and nothing more observed as to its habits". The specimen labelled as the Carolina Cuckoo, was presented by Lord Cawdor to the Natural History Museum. (Matthew 1894).
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16/4/1844
Glynllifon
Llyfr Memoranda John Thorman, Cipar Glynllifon (gyda chaniatad y teulu)
Cuckoo heard at Glynnllifon [sic] 16 April 1844
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3/5/1849
Aberdeuddwr - Llansawel - Llandeilo
Dyddiadur Thomas Jenkins, Llandeilo ("The Diary of Thomas Jenkins of Llandeilo" Gol DC Jenkins)
3rd May 1849. ......Heard the cuckoo, first time this year
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20/4/1851
St. Edrens, Penfro
Dyddiadur Edward Evans, Parsele, St Edrens, Penfro (copi ms. yn AWC)
Clywsom y Gwccw heddyw; clywyd y ddoe yn Rheneglwys COG
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11/5/1856
Llandeilo
Dyddiadur Thomas Jenkins, Llandeilo(The Diary of Thomas Jenkins of Llandeilo Gol DCJenkins)JLlJ
Slept at Aberdauddwr. Went to Bethel in the morning and to Gelli in the afternoon.Heard the cuckoo.
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25/12/1857
Brycheiniog?
THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES, IAU 16 EBRILL, 1914
FACTS AND FANCIES. INDICATIONS OF SPRING. A wonderful list of Indications of Spring, started by an old gentleman who died in 1797, at the age of ninety, and containing the results of observations extending over a century and a half, gives the following averages as medium dates when various flowers, birds, &c., appear: Snowdrops, January 16th; hawthorn, May 8th; wood-anemone, April 4th. Rooks build February 9th; swallows appear April 13th; cuckoo sings April 23rd. In 1750 [cadarnhau hwn efo`r ffynhonnell], a yellow butterfly was seen on January 14th. Frogs and toads start their annual croaking concerts about March 24th. Ring-doves were heard to coo on Christmas Day [25 Rhagfyr 1857]. For ninety-three years the nightingale was observed to sing about April 28th, although it has done so as early as the seventh day of that month.
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28/4/1861
Nursling
Illustrated Usk Observer and Raglan Herald 4 Mai 1861 [Sadwrn] THE SEASON.—The cuckoo`s note was heard on Sunday [28 Ebrill] afternoon last, near Nursling. The nightingale is also strong in song in the same neighbourhood. A strong flight of swallows was also observed near Mill- brook, which seem since to have dispersed. One or the gunners from West Quay, on Tuesday evening last, killed a couple of male widgeon off Four Post,
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1/5/1861
Llandeilo
Dyddiadur Thomas Jenkins,Llandeilo(The Diary of Thomas Jenkins, Llandeilo Gol DCJenkins) CS
... Heard the cuckoo, first time this year.
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1/5/1861
Llandeilo
Dyddiadur Thomas Jenkins,Llandeilo(The Diary of Thomas Jenkins, Llandeilo Gol DCJenkins) CS
... Heard the cuckoo, first time this year.
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30/4/1862
Caerhun
Dyddiadur John Evans (Arolygydd Heddlu), Conwy (yn Gwreiddiau Gwynedd Roots, cyfrol 1, 2018, rhif 74)?

1862  April 30th I heard the cuckoo sing first near Tan y bryn Caerhun at 6 p.m. 



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12/4/1869
Hanwell
Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser 23 Ebrill 1869 [http://papuraunewyddcymru.llgc.org.uk/cy/page/view/3056806/ART26/cuckoo]
Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser 23 Ebrill 1869 SIGNS OF SUMMER.—Tbe cuckoo was heard in neighbourhood of Hanwell on the 12th inst, and a swallow was seen on the same day. The 25th of April is usually termed "Cuckoo-day."
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15/4/1869
Nantyr
Llangollen Advertiser, Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and North Wales Journal (1860-1893)23 Ebrill 1869 [http://papuraunewyddcymru.llgc.org.uk/cy/page/view/3286915/ART20]
Llangollen Advertiser, Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and North Wales Journal (1860-1893)23 Ebrill 1869 [Gwener] NANTYR. THE CUCKOO.- We are happy to state that the cuckoo has been heard in this locality since last week [tua 15 Ebrill], and the swallows have also made their appearance, showing that the heat of summer is felt in early April this year.
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0/0/1870
Aberystwyth
Saunders D (2014) yn Natur Cymru (Fifty Years ago)
Since 1832 the yellow-billed cuckoo has occurred in Wales on 3 occasions, being found dead in 1870 near Aberystwyth, and in 1899 at Craig y Don, Anglesey. The third was seen briefly at Porthclais Clais, Pembrokeshire on 30th October 1994, an occurrence graphically described by Devonald and Price 1994, the two fortunate observers. Bird watchers who had gathered to search for a yellow browed warbler reported nearby sadly missed out.
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