Definition of Cymric in English:

Cymric

Line breaks: Cym¦ric
Pronunciation: /ˈkɪmrɪk
 
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adjective

Welsh in language or culture.
More example sentences
  • Perhaps the book would have gained slightly from showing a keener devotion to the background Northumbrian tensions between Saxon and Cymric parties.
  • Before leaving the city, Henry composed a simple but attractive little piece in A minor entitled Cymric elegy, for three-part string orchestra.
  • Situated as it was between Scotland and Cumbria, Strathclyde retained aspects of both Gaelic and Cymric culture.

noun

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The Welsh language.
More example sentences
  • There is no evidence that their ability to speak the language of their ancestors, in the same way that some Welsh people speak Cymric, is bad for the UK.
  • If you manage to beat Rob, he might just shout you a beer or swear at you in Cymric.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Welsh Cymru 'Wales', Cymry 'the Welsh', + -ic.

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