Also an·eu·rine [an-yuh-reen] /ˈæn yəˌrin/.
Origin of aneurin
- a male given name.
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To sing praises as Aneurin of yore, The day he sang the Gododin.Y Gododin
Catterick is remote from the sea, and inconsistent with all that Aneurin says.
On Aneurin her heart had been set, in him was all her pride.
She was again in her little room in the dusk, and the shadowy form of Aneurin was before her.
Aneurin was author of "Gododn," one of the best Welsh poems that has come down to us.A Popular History of the Art of Music</p>
W. S. B. Mathews
- a less common name for thiamine
C20: from a (nti-) + (poly) neur (itis) + (vitam) in
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