Related formssil·van·i·ty [sil-van-i-tee] /sɪlˈvæn ɪ ti/, noun
Definition for silvan (2 of 2)
Origin of sylvan
Examples from the Web for silvan
The diminished list of competitors for silvan fame still amounted to eight.Ivanhoe|Walter Scott
Silvan, sil′van, adj. pertaining to woods, woody: inhabiting woods.
Within this silvan palace the most important personages present were invited to hold high festival.The Fair Maid of Perth|Sir Walter Scott
Western Pennsylvania, with its Juniata, and its heavy-forested mountains, has no rival in the world of silvan beauty.
Morto had his private reasons for losing no love upon Silvan, and Megan hers of a similar nature.Through Welsh Doorways|Jeannette Augustus Marks