Cymry

  • (noun): A native or resident of Wales.

Some articles on cymry:

Wales - Etymology - Etymology of Cymru
... The modern Welsh name for themselves is Cymry, and Cymru is the Welsh name for Wales ... The use of the word Cymry as a self-designation derives from the post-Roman Era relationship of the Welsh with the Brythonic-speaking peoples of northern England and southern Scotland, the peoples of "Yr Hen Ogledd ... In Welsh literature, the word Cymry was used throughout the Middle Ages to describe the Welsh, though the older, more generic term Brythoniaid continued to be used to describe any ...
Gwlad - Cymry
... the creation and adoption of the modern Welsh name for themselves, Cymry, a word descended from the Brythonic combrogi, meaning "fellow-countrymen" ... All of the Cymry shared a similar language, culture and heritage ... poetry and literature was written in the Old North by northern Cymry ...
History - Medieval Wales
... Britons) well into the Middle Ages, though the first written evidence of the use of Cymru and y Cymry is found in a praise poem to Cadwallon ap Cadfan (Moliant Cadwallon, by Afan Ferddig) c ... In Armes Prydain, believed to be written around 930–942, the words Cymry and Cymro are used as often as 15 times ... the Anglo-Saxon settlement onwards, the people gradually begin to adopt the name Cymry over Brythoniad ...
Dynion Mwyn - History
... Church of Y Tylwyth Teg founded "The Association of Cymry Wiccae" as an assembly of Welsh Traditional Covens in America ... Dynion Mwyn also established "The Association of Cymry Wiccae" as an assembly of Welsh Traditional Covens in America ... Coven of Ganymede." In the Fall of 1971, Dynion Mwyn, the Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, re-located to Georgia and the fifth annual Gathering of the Tribes was celebrated on Land near ...