Cambria

[kam-bree-uh]
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noun

medieval name of Wales.

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  • A number of Hungarians collected about a number of bodies at Cambria which had been washed up, and began rifling the trunks.

    History of the Johnstown Flood

    Willis Fletcher Johnson

  • A spring wagon came slowly from the ruins of what was once Cambria.

    History of the Johnstown Flood

    Willis Fletcher Johnson

  • It is freedom that is the elixir of life to us sons of Cambria.

    The Lord of Dynevor

    Evelyn Everett-Green

  • Half a million may cover the loss of the Cambria people, but this is a rather low estimate.

    History of the Johnstown Flood

    Willis Fletcher Johnson

  • Captain Cook of the Cambria at once turned the vessel and steered for Falmouth.

    Cornish Characters

    S. Baring-Gould



British Dictionary definitions for cambria

Cambria

noun

the Medieval Latin name for Wales
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