Definition of Welshman in English:

Welshman

Line breaks: Welsh|man
Pronunciation: /ˈwɛlʃmən
 
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noun (plural Welshmen)

  • A male native or inhabitant of Wales, or a man of Welsh descent.
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    • Here, in the early thirteenth century, a physician named Rhiwallon founded a line of doctors that spread across Wales and persisted for hundreds of years - some Welshmen still claim descent from the physicians.
    • In a new departure, most bishops appointed to Wales after 1559 were native Welshmen, and several of them gave patronage to the bards who played an important part in Welsh society.
    • For me there were many other role models of Welshmen working in pastorates all over our little nation - Wales is 200 miles north to south and a hundred miles east to west.

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