Caerphilly


Caer·phil·ly

noun \kär-ˈfi-lē\

Definition of CAERPHILLY

:  a mild white friable cheese of Welsh origin

Origin of CAERPHILLY

Caerphilly, urban district in Wales
First Known Use: circa 1893

Caer·phil·ly

geographical name \kər-ˈfi-lē\

Definition of CAERPHILLY

administrative area SE Wales area 107 square miles (277 square kilometers)

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