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Taliesin

Line breaks: Tali|esin
Pronunciation: /ˌtalɪˈeɪsɪn/

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Definition of Taliesin in English:

( Fl. 550), Welsh bard, perhaps a mythic figure. He is first mentioned in written accounts of the late 7th century, and a large body of prophetic poems included in the Mabinogion have been ascribed to him.

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