- n. A community of bards, usually Welsh, but can also refer to the Breton and Cornish communities.
- From Welsh ‘throne’. (Wiktionary)
“We have the biggest stone ever to come out of the quarry on the island in the middle of our pond - and the gorsedd circle we built in 2003 all came from the quarry.”
“When the whole order is assembled, the chief of bards ascends the _gorsedd_, and from his laurel and flower-bedecked chair opens the session, by repeating aloud the mottoes of the order, viz.: "_Y gwir yn erbyn y byd_, _yn ngwyneb haul a llygad goleuni_," or”
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