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Cymric

adjective Cym·ric \ˈkəm-rik, ˈkim-\

Definition of Cymric

  1. :  of, relating to, or characteristic of the non-Gaelic Celtic people of Britain or their language; specifically :  welsh



1838

First Known Use of cymric

1838

Variants of cymric

also Kym·ric \ˈkəm-rik, ˈkim-\

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Cymric

noun Cym·ric

Definition of Cymric

  1. :  brythonic; specifically :  the Welsh language



1875

First Known Use of cymric

1875

Variants of cymric

also Kymric

Rhymes with cymric


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