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Definition of Armorican

Armorican
Armoric Ar*mor"ic, Armorican Ar*mor"i*can, a. [L. Armoricus, fr. Celtic ar on, at + mor sea.] Of or pertaining to the northwestern part of France (formerly called Armorica, now Bretagne or Brittany), or to its people. -- n. The language of the Armoricans, a Celtic dialect which has remained to the present times.
Armorican
Armorican Ar*mor"i*can, n. A native of Armorica.

Meaning of Armorican from wikipedia

- Armorican may refer to: Armorica, an ancient region of northwestern France Armorican (cattle), a French breed of cattle Armorican dialect, an extinct...
- Gaulish was an ancient Celtic language that was spoken in parts of Europe before and during the period of the Roman Empire. In the narrow sense, Gaulish...
- The Armorican M****if (French: M****if armoricain, pronounced [masif aʁmɔʁikɛ̃]) is a geologic m****if that covers a large area in the northwest of France...
- The Armorican terrane, Armorican terrane ****emblage, or simply Armorica, was a microcontinent or group of continental fragments that rifted away from Gondwana...
- The Armoricaine or Armorican is an endangered French breed of domestic cattle. It originated in Brittany in the nineteenth century. It has a red coat...
- Jordanes lists Aëtius' allies as including Armoricans and other Celtic or German tribes (Getica 36.191). The "Armorican" peninsula came to be settled with Britons...
- Visigoths, Franks, Alans and Armoricans, amongst others. The Alans were placed front and centre, opposite the Huns. The Armoricans supplied archers who attacked...
- settlement of Britain, settled the western part of Armorica. As a result, the Armorican peninsula was renamed Brittany, Celtic culture was revived and independent...
- Earl of Vannes, Prince of Brittany, who died around 907. "Kingdoms of Armorican Celts - Brittany / High Kings". www.historyfiles.co.uk. Retrieved 2019-05-26...
- Eastern Armorican: Angevin; Mayennais; Manceau (Sarthois and Percheron); Southern Norman (spoken south of the Joret line) Western Armorican: Gallo Gallo...
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