tydden

noun tyd·den \ˈtithə̇n, ˈtəth-\
variants: or

tyddyn

\ˈtithə̇n, ˈtəth-\

Definition of tydden

plural

-s

Wales

  1. :  a small farm :  homestead

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Origin and Etymology of tydden

Welsh tyddyn, from Middle Welsh, from house + dyn hill, akin to Latin tegere to cover and to Old Irish dūn fortress — more at thatch, town


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