- of or relating to the Cymry.
Origin of Cymric
Examples from the Web for cymric
The Cymric fairies of our days have had many troubles to complain of.
In fact, the fairies in Cymric land are among the most exacting of any known.
Perhaps a diminutive of Cymric bele, marten, but felt as from Fr.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)
I am never mistaken in my estimates of Italian and Cymric blood.Sandra Belloni, Complete
When or how this Cymric myth was localised at Glastonbury we know not.Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail
- the Welsh language
- the Brythonic group of Celtic languages
- a breed of medium-sized cat with soft semi-long hair
- of or relating to the Cymry, any of their languages, Wales, or the Welsh
Word Origin and History for cymric
1839, from Welsh Cymru "Wales," Cymry "the Welsh," plural of Cymro, probably from ancient combrox "compatriot," from British Celtic *kom-brogos, from collective prefix *kom- (see com-) + *brogos "district," from PIE *merg- "boundary, border" (see mark (n.1)). Cf. Allobroges, name of a warlike people in Gallia Narbonensis, literally "those from another land."