Silures

noun
Sil·​u·​res | \ ˈsil-yə-ˌrēz \

Definition of Silures

: a people of ancient Britain described by Tacitus as occupying chiefly southern Wales

First Known Use of Silures

1581, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Silures

Latin

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