Definition of Elfed
1. elf [v] - See also: elf
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Literary usage of Elfed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Cymmrodorion Society, CYMMRODORION SOCIETY. (1893)
"elfed: A TRIBUTE At a Council dinner on 23rd January, 1940, to mark the occasion of his Jubilee in the Ministry. ..."
2. Cambrian Register (1818)
"tained, that elfed and Helvetia, are words that derive their origin from the same ... That Cynwyl and elfed was considered by the Britons as an important ..."
3. History of Caio, Carmarthenshire by Fred S. Price (1904)
"That Cynwyl elfed was considered by the Britons as an important station, may be demonstrated from the fragments ; extant of the words of Llywarch Hen:— ..."
4. The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such by Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher (1908)
"Browne Willis,5 however, gives January 5 as his festival at Cynwyl elfed, ... Cynwyl is a brook name at Cynwyl elfed. 2 Survey of Bangor, p. ..."
5. A Dictionary of the Welsh Language: Explained in English; with Numerous by William Owen Pughe (1832)
"elfed, J. m. (el—mod) Autumn. Alban elfed, the autumnal equinox. ... In d •. nh iNi when elfed, л fierce region, made a blood- ..."
6. Y Cymmrodor by Cymmrodorion Society (1908)
"which in Welsh is now elfed, in English Elvet, as the name of a district containing the ... Elmet, elfed was possibly not a very uncommon place-name: Bede's ..."