Ceredigion

/ (ˌkɛrəˈdɪɡjən) /

noun

a county of W Wales, on Cardigan Bay: created in 1996 from part of Dyfed; corresponds to the former Cardiganshire (abolished 1974): mainly agricultural, with the Cambrian Mountains in the E and N. Administrative centre: Aberaeron. Pop: 77 200 (2003 est). Area: 1793 sq km (692 sq miles)

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Example sentences from the Web for Ceredigion

  • When they broke out again, it was not in Snowdon or Ceredigion; the old dominions of Llywelyn were almost unwilling to rise.

    A Short History of Wales|Owen M. Edwards
  • Ceredigion was the western slope of the Plinlimmon range; the eastern slopes had many smaller, but very warlike, districts.

    A Short History of Wales|Owen M. Edwards