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Cymric

[ kim-rik, sim- ]

adjective

  1. of or relating to the Cymry.


Cymric

/ ˈkɪmrɪk /

noun

  1. the Welsh language
  2. the Brythonic group of Celtic languages
  3. a breed of medium-sized cat with soft semi-long hair


adjective

  1. of or relating to the Cymry, any of their languages, Wales, or the Welsh
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Other Words From

  • non-Cymric adjective
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Word History and Origins

Origin of Cymric1

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Example Sentences

In the Cymric field, three spills are still running, state officials say, including one that’s spilled nearly twice as much as the one for which Chevron was fined.

Last year, he and his deputy toured Chevron’s spill in the Cymric field.

They are known as “surface expressions,” and the Cymric field was a hot spot.

Chevron, for instance, told lawmakers this year that it had spent $9 million to try to halt spills in the Cymric field.

Yonder in the Cymric land beyond the narrow sea whence Howel came it shall not be lost.

He had the Cymric and Celtic respect of character; which puts aside the person's environments to face the soul.

More than half the names borne by the population of England are of Cymric origin or derivation.

Thus the Cymric proverb, “There is no impossibility to the maiden who hath a fortune to lose or a husband to win.”

Then with harp, music and song they dedicated the spot as a stronghold of the Cymric nation.

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