Definition of Gorsedds

1. Noun. (plural of gorsedd) ¹



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Definition of Gorsedds

1. gorsedd [n] - See also: gorsedd

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorsedds

gornos
gorondou
goroon shell
goropism
goroutine
goroutines
gorp
gorped
gorping
gorps
gorry
gorse
gorsedd
gorseddau
gorsedds (current term)
gorses
gorsier
gorsiest
gorsoon
gorsoons
gorsy
gortdrumite
gory
gos
gosan-chiku
goserelin
gosh
gosha
goshawful

Literary usage of Gorsedds

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1. Barddas: or, A collection of original documents, illustrative of the by John Williams (1862)
"There were three efficient gorsedds that preserved memorials, namely, ... And every memorial was efficient that received the countenance of three gorsedds, ..."

2. Barddas: or, A collection of original documents, illustrative of the by John Williams (1874)
"The three firm gorsedds of the Isle of Britain : the Gorsedd of country and lord ; the Gorsedd of Bards ; and the Gorsedd of federate support. ..."

3. The Traditionary Annals of the Cymry by John Williams (1867)
"8 There are three fixed and permanent circles recorded in the Triads :— "The three principal gorsedds of the bards of the Isle of Britain : the gorsedd of ..."

4. The Cambrian Journal by Cambrian Institute, Tenby, Wales, Cambrian Institute (Tenby, Wales), Wales Cambrian Institute (Tenby (1857)
"8 There are three fixed and permanent circles recorded in the Triads :— "The three principal gorsedds of the bards of the Isle of Britain : the gorsedd of ..."

5. The Land's End District: Its Antiquities, Natural History, Natural Phenomena by Richard Edmonds (1862)
"16), the most famous of all our " Druidical Temples," and probably one of the three gorsedds, or places of judgment of Britain mentioned in an ancient Welch ..."

6. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1833)
"Among the changes which he effected in the organization of the bards may have been the institution of bardic gorsedds or meetings, of which, ..."

7. The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a History of by Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield (1816)
"For without this convention, the other two gorsedds could not have possessed either privilege or stability. This conventional voice of the nation originated ..."

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