Llandaf (Welsh hlanˈdav)


a town in SE Wales, now a suburb of Cardiff; the oldest bishopric in Wales (6th century)

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Historical Examples of llandaff

  • Llandaff was Catherine's confessor, a Spaniard who could not speak a word of English.

    Henry VIII.

    A. F. Pollard

  • Llandaff is but three miles from Cardiff, and we reached it by a short detour.

    In Unfamiliar England

    Thomas Dowler Murphy

  • They have been given Urban at Llandaff, and, death of my soul!

    Pabo, The Priest

    Sabine Baring-Gould

  • So it is at York; so it is at Abbeville; so it is at Llandaff.

  • No harvest had Llandaff but flower of the broom, the gold-finch of the meadows.

    Star of Mercia

    Blanche Devereux