A TRACE OF COPPER

Thank you to Sarah Woodbury for the spoken words.

Yr Ysgyfarnog Wen—The White Hare; village tavern

Ffynnon y Seren—Seren’s Well; a fairy/holy/wishing well

Gwragedd annwn—the water-sprite who inhabits the holy well

Mamgu—southern Welsh for grandmother

A’i hon yw hi?—Is this her?

A TRACE OF COPPER

Thank you to Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay the spoken words.

Dr. Piyali Mukherjiheroine; physician; Queen’s agent

Bengali—of or from Bengal, an eastern region of India

Bhetki macher paturi—marinated steamed fish

Lehenga choli—skirt and blouse combination that is the traditional clothing of Indian women

Kantha—a type of embroidered quilt; traditional Bengali art

Dida—grandmother

Sari—a woman’s garment from the Indian subcontinent worn wrapped and draped about the body

Palki—sedan chair

Pabitro pukur—Bengali for holy well

Methi—fenugreek

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