Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name of Welsh origin from a word meaning hill or mound.
  • proper noun A female given name in occasional modern use.
  • proper noun Part of several place names in Wales and elsewhere.
  • proper noun A township in Wigan, Lancashire.

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Examples

  • A memorial use will be reason upon Feb 7 during eleven AM during a Church of a Redeemer in Bryn Mawr.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • A memorial use will be reason upon Feb 7 during eleven AM during a Church of a Redeemer in Bryn Mawr.

    Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

  • Bryn is such a beautiful little baby … Bethenny looks OVER the moon!!

    Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » Meet Bryn Casey Frankel-Hoppy

  • | Inquirer | 06/28/2007: On Sunday, animal-control officers captured a three-foot alligator at the park, a surprising find that came three days after they pinched a five-footer less than a mile downstream, in Bryn Athyn.

    Archive 2007-06-24

  • The dog is described as the size of a labrador, is brinley and black in colour and he called Bryn.

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  • I find them ironic as well, although in the fifties, “ironic” was a term we Bryn Mawr English majors could stay up all night debating the nuances of, the way my daughter-in-law goes on and on about cacao percentages in chocolate, or how much artificial sweetener or sodium is in every box on my pantry shelf.

    The Bird House

  • I find them ironic as well, although in the fifties, “ironic” was a term we Bryn Mawr English majors could stay up all night debating the nuances of, the way my daughter-in-law goes on and on about cacao percentages in chocolate, or how much artificial sweetener or sodium is in every box on my pantry shelf.

    The Bird House

  • He came to the hill called Bryn Myr. in at dusk, and slept again by a wood.

    The Wicked Day

  • “I see it very clearly,” said I. “Well, your worship, that’s called Bryn y Llo — the Hill of the Calf, or the Calf Plynlimmon, which makes the sixth summit.”

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • The band played them all and played them well, then quickly warmed into a happy, feverish triplet of a loose-and-free "Bryn," the Auto-Tune tweaked

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