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Welsh may refer to:
Related to Wales
- Sometimes used as a synonym for Brythonic, or the ancient Britons.
- The Cornish people sometimes known as "West Welsh" historically.
- Welsh Basin, a basin during the Cambrian, Ordovician and Silurian geological periods
- Welsh Bicknor
- Welsh, Louisiana, a town
- Welsh Bridge, a masonry arch viaduct in Shrewsbury, England
- Nantwich Bridge, formerly known as Welsh Bridge, in Nantwich, Cheshire, England
- Welsh Auditorium, a former multi-purpose arena and convention center in Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Welsh Golf Classic, a professional tournament on the European Tour from 1979 to 1982
- Welsh National, a Grade 3 National Hunt chase in Great Britain
- Welsh Cup, an annual football competition
- Welsh Professional Championship, a snooker competition for 1977 to 1991
- Welsh Open (snooker), a tournament which replaced the Welsh Professional Championship
- Welsh Open (darts), a tournament
- Welsh International Open, a tennis tournament held only in 1997
- London Welsh RFC
Units of the British Army
- 38th (Welsh) Infantry Division, two units, one in each world war
- 53rd (Welsh) Infantry Division, a Territorial Army division from 1908 to 1968
- Welsh Brigade, an administrative formation from 1948 to 1964
- Welsh Transport Regiment, a Territorial Army logistic unit
- Welch (disambiguation)
- Walsh (disambiguation)
- Welshy (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Welsh"
- All pages with titles containing "Welsh"
- Cambrian + Cymru
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