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Cymraeg: Pentref bychan yng ngogledd-ddwyrain Sir Benfro yn y de-orllewin yw Abercuch (neu Abercych). Fe'i lleolir ar lannau gorllewinol afon Cuch ar ymyl ddeheuol Dyffryn Teifi, tua hanner ffordd rhwng Castell Newydd Emlyn i'r dwyrain ac Aberteifi i'r gorllewin.
English: Abercych (or Abercuch, ) is a small village in the north of the county of Pembrokeshire in Wales, in the parish of Manordeifi. It is an ancient village, the Welsh placename of which means 'the mouth of the Cuch'. It is on the west side of the valley of the river Cych, Glyn Cych, connected with the realm of Annwn in the ancient Welsh tale of Pwyll Pendefig Dyfed, the first of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. The Cych ends just outside of the village where it joins the larger river Teifi which eventually empties into the sea at the town of Cardigan a few miles away.