Gorsedd

noun Gor·sedd \ ˈgȯrˌset͟h \

Definition of Gorsedd

plural -s
:a mock druidical institution established in the late 18th century that assembles twice a year for the granting of bardic degrees and the conferring of bardic titles

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Origin and Etymology of gorsedd

Welsh, literally, mound, court, throne


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