Brython

Bryth.on
[br'iθən] n bretão: habitante primitivo da Inglaterra, celta.

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  • Brython — Brython, die Bewohner von Wales, Nachkommen der alten Britannen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Brython — [brith′ən] n. [Welsh < Celt base of L Brito, Britto: see BRITON] 1. a member of an early Celtic people living in Britain 2. a speaker of a Brythonic language …   English World dictionary

  • Brython — Olier Mordrel Olivier Mordrelle Surnom Brython Jean de la Bénelais Otto Mohr Naissance 29 avril 1901 Paris Décès …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Brython — /brith euhn, on/, n. 1. a member of the Brythonic speaking Celts. 2. a Briton. [1880 85; < Welsh; see BRITON] * * * …   Universalium

  • Brython — noun /ˈbrɪˌθɔn/ A (historical) Briton: a member of that people that spoke Brythonic languages …   Wiktionary

  • Brython — n. person who speaks Welsh or Cornish; Briton …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brython — bryth·on …   English syllables

  • Brython — /ˈbrɪθən/ (say brithuhn) noun a Celt in Britain using the Brythonic form of the Celtic language, which was confined mainly to the western part of southern Britain after the Anglo Saxon conquest. {Welsh} …   Australian English dictionary

  • brython — ˈbriˌthän noun ( s) Usage: capitalized Etymology: Welsh 1. : a member of the British branch of Celts : briton 2. : a speaker of one of the Brythonic languages compare goidel …   Useful english dictionary

  • History of Wales — The country of Wales, or Cymru in Welsh, has been inhabited by modern humans for at least 29,000 years, though continuous human habitation dates from the period after the end of the last Ice age, around 9,000 BC. Wales has many remains from the… …   Wikipedia

  • Gododdin — The Gododdin (pronounced|goˈdoðin) were a Brythonic people of north eastern Britain (modern north east England and south east Scotland) in the sub Roman period, best known as the subject of the 6th century Welsh poem Y Gododdin , attributed to… …   Wikipedia

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