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Cymric   Listen
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Cymric  n.  The Welsh language.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Cymric" Quotes from Famous Books



... also were held by Gaels. But just south of those mountains, in what are now the counties of Meirionydd and Montgomery, there was a great piece of Wales which they seem never to have penetrated; and it was held by the Cymric Ordovices, Welsh, ...
— The Crest-Wave of Evolution • Kenneth Morris

... of the same forest are found in the marsh. Wood can be cut from the buried trunks, looking as fresh in fibre as if the tree still grew. Here is the verification of the legend (or is it, perhaps, the suggestion of it?) which records the fate of the Lost Lowland Hundred. Once on a time (the Cymric bards answer for it), a flourishing tract of country stretched at the foot of the hills which are now washed by the tides of Cardigan Bay. The fishermen of Borth, as they creep past the headlands in their fishing-smacks, have seen deep down in the clear waters, the firmly-cemented stones of ...
— Uppingham by the Sea - a Narrative of the Year at Borth • John Henry Skrine



Words linked to "Cymric" :   Cambria, Cymru, Brythonic, Brittanic, Wales, welsh



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