Definition of Caedmon in English:

Caedmon

Line breaks: Caed|mon
Pronunciation: /ˈkadmən
 
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  • (7th century), Anglo-Saxon monk and poet, said to have been an illiterate herdsman inspired in a vision to compose poetry on biblical themes. The only authentic fragment of his work is a song in praise of the Creation, quoted by Bede.

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