a county in Wales. 2227 sq. mi. (5767 sq. km).
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Historical Examples of dyfed
In Dyfed I was born, and there my wife's parents do still dwell.
I suppose there could be no more frank and friendly host than Howel of Dyfed.
He had only joined their party for easier travelling in Dyfed.
Howel of Dyfed passed from the great door and bade me welcome.
But this did not tell me how he knew the plans of Tregoz after I set him free in Dyfed.
British Dictionary definitions for dyfed
a former county in SW Wales: created in 1974 from Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire, and Carmarthenshire; in 1996 it was replaced by Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, and Ceredigion
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