Definition of Aneirin. Meaning of Aneirin. Synonyms of Aneirin

Definition of Aneirin. Meaning of Aneirin. Synonyms of Aneirin

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- Aneirin [aˈnɛirɪn] or Neirin was an early Medieval Brythonic poet. He is believed to have been a bard or court poet in one of the ****bric kingdoms of...
- Aneirin Hughes (born Aneurin Hughes, 8 May 1958) is a Welsh actor and singer known for playing Chief Superintendent Brian Prosser in the BBC4 Welsh police...
- traditionally ascribed to the bard Aneirin and survives only in one m****cript, the Book of Aneirin. The Book of Aneirin m****cript is from the later 13th...
- The Book of Aneirin (Welsh: Llyfr Aneirin) is a late 13th century Welsh m****cript containing Old and Middle Welsh poetry attributed to the late 6th century...
- Welsh texts were attributed to the Men of the North, such as Taliesin, Aneirin, Myrddin Wyllt, and the Cynfeirdd poets. Heroes of the north such as Urien...
- Jones (1930–2017), Welsh artist Aneurin Barnard (born 1987), Welsh actor Aneurin - an alternative name for thiamine Aneirin, a 6/7th century Welsh bard...
- Matthew Gravelle, Bradley Freegard, Mark Lewis Jones, Mali Harries and Aneirin Hughes. Initial S4C broadcasts carried entirely English subtitles, while...
- Cerdic, Aelle, Gildas, and Aneirin (in the series, it is revealed that the last two are the same person; born with the name Aneirin, he changes it to Gildas...
- death-songs known as Y Gododdin (The Gododdin), attributed to 6th-century poet Aneirin. One stanza praises the bravery of a warrior who slew 300 enemies, but...
- Trwyth also occurs in the elegy Gwarchan Cynfelyn preserved in the Book of Aneirin.The name in Welsh can be construed to mean "the boar Trwyth", and may have...
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