Definition of Crwths

1. Noun. (plural of crwth) ¹



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Definition of Crwths

1. crwth [n] - See also: crwth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crwths

crutters
cruve
cruves
crux
crux gammata
crux of heart
crux of the matter
crux simplex
cruxes
cruzado
cruzadoes
cruzados
cruzeiro
cruzeiros
crwth
crwths (current term)
cry
cry-babies
cry-baby
cry-baby tree
cry all the way to the bank
cry babies
cry baby
cry blue murder
cry down
cry for
cry for help
cry havoc
cry in one's beer
cry into one's beer

Literary usage of Crwths

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1. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"... gigues, crwths, lyres, lutes, mandolins, like a vertical section of a pear. There was an ancient stringed instrument with a shallow sound-chest, ..."

2. Music (1893)
"... but later, after the introduction of the bow, some of the crwths were supplied with bridges, one foot of which passed through the sound hole to the ..."

3. The Heart of Music: The Story of the Violin by Anna Alice Chapin (1906)
"Crowden, of course, means fiddlers, — the players of crowds or crwths. Religion was of course pantheistic, as with all barbaric races. ..."

4. The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) (1908)
"... years of the eighteenth century, Bingley devoted some attention to Welsh music. He has an interesting description of one of the last of the crwths, ..."

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