Examples from the Web for armorica
I gladly make you a present of Armorica, with its cities, abbeys and dependencies!
There shall be put into her jaws a bridle that shall be made on the coast of Armorica.Old English Chronicles|Various
They contented themselves with leaving Armorica devastated and stripped of her bravest defenders.
The vast lands of his almost royal abbey bordered on the frontiers of Armorica.
The assertion, however, is not strictly correct; for so early as the fourth century Armorica had been colonised from Wales.The History of Chivalry, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Mills
ancient name for Brittany, from Gallo-Romance Are-mor-ica, literally "before the sea," with a Celtic prefix meaning "before" (cf. Old Irish ar) + mare "sea" (see mere (n.)).