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- n. Alternative spelling of Cymric.
- adj. Alternative spelling of Cymric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See Cymric, a. & n.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See Cymric, Cymry.
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That he should have done so shows how completely Æthelfrith's victory at Chester, by cutting the Kymric realm in two, had put an end to all fears that the Kymry could ever make head against England as a whole.
The capture of Chester split the Kymric kingdom in two, as the battle of Deorham thirty-five years before had split that kingdom off from the West Welsh of the south-western peninsula.
From 587 to 521 B.C. five Gallic expeditions, formed of Gallic, Kymric, and
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