Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to Armorica
  • noun Someone from Armorica

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Examples

  • Valesius alleges several testimonies to confirm this character; to which I shall add the evidence of the presbyter Constantine, (A.D. 488,) who, in the life of St. Germain, calls the Armorican rebels mobilem et indisciplinatum populum.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The village of Llanarmon takes its name from its church, which is dedicated to Garmon, an Armorican bishop, who with another called Lupus came over into Britain in order to preach against the heresy of Pelagius.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • It is suggestive how the Armorican tradition seems to manifest itself, either directly or indirectly, in nearly all the "Lives" of the Saint which are considered the best; in St. Fiacc's, in the annotations of the Scholiast, in the "Tripartite Life," in the Fourth "Life," and in the Fifth by Probus.

    Bolougne-Sur-Mer St. Patrick's Native Town

  • His sister Anaumed went over to Armorica in 490, and upon her arrival was married to Budic, king of the Armorican Britons.

    The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March

  • They are mostly graceful love-tales, sweetly told, without affectation or effort, and derived from Celtic originals, some being of Armorican and some of Welsh descent.

    A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance

  • The Armorican theory of St. Patrick's birthplace affords a very natural and easy explanation of the difficulty which the

    Bolougne-Sur-Mer St. Patrick's Native Town

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