Just saw a sign in a shop, which I'm guessing is using literary Welsh?
"Elynir Lladron" - "Thieves will be prosecuted".
I've been trawling around to find out what verb form this is and the closest modified verb I can find is for "Gwneud" in the form "Gwnelir", which said that this was the literary form for the impersonal present/future tense of Gwneud.
Is Elynir the literary present/future tense of Elyn (to chase or prosecute)?
If so, would "Bydd Lladron yn elyn" or "Lladron fydd yn elyn" be alterantives?
Is elyn a widely recognised word? or would cosbi for punish be more normal?