Definition of Eisteddfodau

1. Noun. (plural of eisteddfod#English eisteddfod) ¹



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Definition of Eisteddfodau

1. eisteddfod [n] - See also: eisteddfod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eisteddfodau

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eisegete
eisegetes
eisel
eisell
eisells
eisels
eisenmenger complex
eisenmenger syndrome
eish
eisodic
eisoptrophobia
eisosome
eisosomes
eisteddfod
eisteddfodau (current term)
eisteddfodic
eisteddfods
eiswein
eisweins
eitchen midden
eitelite
either
either-or
either particle flux density
either way

Literary usage of Eisteddfodau

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1. Y Cymmrodor by Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) (1877)
"1(31 THE eisteddfodau OF 1878. eisteddfodau are multiplying and becoming ubiquitous. ... As we look back on the several eisteddfodau held at Pwllheli, ..."

2. Y Cymmrodor, Embodying the Transactions of the Cymmrodorion Society of London by Robert Jones, Thomas Powel (1878)
"THE eisteddfodau OF 1878. eisteddfodau are multiplying and becoming ubiquitous. ... As we look back on the several eisteddfodau held at Pwllheli, Wrexham, ..."

3. Wild Wales: Its People, Language, and Scenery by George Henry Borrow (1907)
"... CHAPTER LI The Ladies of Llangollen—Sir Alured—eisteddfodau—Pleasure and Care, SHORTLY after my return I paid a visit to my friends at the Vicarage, ..."

4. Forty Years of Music, 1865-1905 by Joseph Bennett (1908)
"CHAPTER XIX eisteddfodau My first engagement (1883) as a National Eisteddfod adjudicator — Cardiff resolved to make a "record"—London Orchestra—Many prizes ..."

5. The Cambrian (1890)
"He feels proud of his nationality, and ron of Welsh literature and of the Eisteddfod, and of late years has acted as President of several eisteddfodau at ..."

6. Y Cymmrodor by Cymmrodorion Society (1878)
"THE eisteddfodau OF 1878. eisteddfodau are multiplying and becoming ubiquitous. ... As we look back on the several eisteddfodau held at Pwllheli, Wrexham, ..."

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