noun, plural eis·tedd·fods, eis·tedd·fod·au [ey-steth-vod-ahy, ahy-steth-]. /ˌeɪ stɛðˈvɒd aɪ, ˌaɪ stɛð-/.
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Origin of eisteddfod
OTHER WORDS FROM eisteddfodeis·tedd·fod·ic, adjective
Words nearby eisteddfod
Example sentences from the Web for eisteddfod
The last commission was issued by Queen Elizabeth in 1568, but the eisteddfod fell into abeyance during the seventeenth century.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
It does not matter much whether you can bring yourself to believe in the Eisteddfod or not.Res Judicat|Augustine Birrell
It somewhat resembles the annual meeting of the Eisteddfod, held for awarding prizes to the bards and composers of Wales.Jasmin: Barber, Poet, Philanthropist|Samuel Smiles
She temporizes, postpones, and supplicates to have the period extended up to the close of the Eisteddfod.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
Though Mildred was not included among the performers, she at least received an invitation to the Eisteddfod.The Girls of St. Cyprian's|Angela Brazil