Definition of Arianrod

1. Noun. Celtic goddess famous for her beauty; mother of Dylan.

Exact synonyms: Arianrhod
Geographical relationships: Cambria, Cymru, Wales
Generic synonyms: Celtic Deity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arianrod

Arhant
Arhat
Arhus
Ari
Ariadne
Ariah
Arial
Arian
Arian heresy
Ariana
Ariane
Arianism
Arianna
Arianne
Arianrhod
Arianrod (current term)
Arians
Arias-Stella
Arias-Stella effect
Arias-Stella phenomenon
Arias-Stella reaction
Arica
Aricara
Arie
Arie-Pitanguy mammaplasty
Arie-Pitanguy operation
Ariel
Arielian
Aries
Aries the Ram

Literary usage of Arianrod

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1. The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory (1829)
"After coming to the court, Arianrod arose to receive him, welcoming and ... asked Arianrod. " Doubtless," said he, " there is not any name given him, ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1833)
"... son of Don, who fills so important a part in the early Welsh poems and tales, was the brother of Arianrod, the mother of Lino Llaw ..."

3. The Mythology of the British Islands: An Introduction to Celtic Myth, Legend by Charles Squire (1905)
"Naturally, they were soon noticed, and Arianrod sent someone out to see who they were and ... This brought Arianrod herself down to the boat to be fitted. ..."

4. An Encyclopaedia of Religions by Maurice Arthur Canney (1921)
"Arianrod. Arianrod appears as tie name of a goddess revered by the ancient Celts in Britain and ... Arianrod is said to have been the mother of Lieu (qv). ..."

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