A protest in support of a Welsh-only name for the Senedd has been held in Cardiff Bay.
Assembly Members rejected the motion last month, voting to give Welsh Parliament a bilingual name, but the final vote will be held next week.
Campaigners Cymdeithas yr Iaith said giving the Senedd a Welsh-only name would “send a message about its status” in Wales.
Some of Wales’ famous names have also backed the campaign.
Rugby referee Nigel Owens tweeted “we should be proud of our language. Y Senedd is a perfect name for Y Senedd.”
Singer and broadcaster Cerys Matthews also reacted to the proposal.
“Senedd is easy and works fine. Can’t believe we need to waste anymore time on this when there are so many pressing issues that really deserve this time, energy and attention.”
The move to make the name for the National Assembly bilingual was tabled by the former first minister Carwyn Jones.
Politicians will vote for a final time next week on the Bill that will change the name of the Assembly.
Earlier this year, the Assembly Commission introduced the Senedd and Elections (Wales) Bill, which also promised to give 16 and 17 year olds the chance to vote for the first time in the Assembly elections.