[ahr-mawr-i-kuh n or ahr-mawr-ik; -mor-]
- of or relating to Armorica.
- a native of Armorica.
- Breton2(def 2).
Origin of Armorican
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Page 128, "Armonican" changed to "Armorican" for consistency.
The church was founded by an Armorican lady of rank named Canna, who was sainted.British Goblins
The Armorican ster, a river, seems to be the word most nearly concerned.The River-Names of Europe
Here is the famous "Marlborough Bucket," said to be of Armorican origin.Wanderings in Wessex
Let us now examine whether the Armorican sense is capable of giving a perfect meaning to both lines?
- a native or inhabitant of Armorica (an ancient name for Brittany)
- of or relating to Armorica
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