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Cymraeg: Pentref yn Sir Gaerfyrddin ger Llanbedr Pont Steffan ydy Ffarmers. Cafodd ei enwi ar ôl tafarn y "Farmers' Arms", ond mae'r dafarn ei hun wedi cau ers blynyddoedd. Mae'r pentref ar hen ffordd rhufeinig (o'r enw Sarn Helen), ac roedd pobl yn pasio trwy'r pentref wrth fynd â'u gwartheg i farchnadoedd Lloegr.
English: Ffarmers is a village near Lampeter, in the north of Carmarthenshire, Wales. It was named after the old "Farmers' Arms" public house, which is now closed. The double "f" in the name comes from the Welsh language spelling of the "f" sound in "farmers". The village stands on the old Roman road, Sarn Helen, which was used by cattle drovers to take their liverstock from Wales to Smithfield market in London.
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