I’ve learned that codi means to get up, but is it ever correct to say “codi fyny” (not sure of the spelling, maybe it’s cod i fyny) to mean “get up” ?
As in: Amser codi fyny rwan. Or am I literally saying “time to get up up now?” I thought I remembered hearing the phrase “codi fyny”
Thanks for any help on this!
No, it’s just codi, you don’t need the fyny - to add the fyny is an ‘Englishism’, so “time to get up now” = “amser codi rwan” (or “amser codi nawr” for the Southerners!)
Thanks for your answer. I appreciate the insight.
(Because I remember hearing it phrased that way, it’s hard for me not to stick the fyny on there, but I’m conquering it! )