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Brython

[ brith-uhn, -on ]
/ ˈbrɪθ ən, -ɒn /
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noun
a member of the Brythonic-speaking Celts.
a Briton.
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Origin of Brython

From Welsh, dating back to 1880–85; see origin at Briton
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How to use Brython in a sentence

  • A description of these Fairy dogs is given in Y Brython, vol.

    Welsh Folk-Lore|Elias Owen
  • Such were some of the wonderful virtues of this plant, as given in the Brython, vol.

    Welsh Folk-Lore|Elias Owen

British Dictionary definitions for Brython

Brython
/ (ˈbrɪθən) /

noun
a Celt who speaks a Brythonic languageCompare Goidel

Word Origin for Brython

C19: from Welsh; see Briton
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