Definition of Pennill

1. a verse [n PENILLION]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Pennill

penneechs
penneeck
penneecks
penner
penners
pennes
penni
pennia
pennied
pennies
penniform
pennigerous
penniless
pennilessly
pennilessness
pennill (current term)
pennine
penninerved
penning
pennipotent
pennis
pennon
pennoncel
pennoncelle
pennoncels
pennoned
pennons
pennorth
pennorths

Literary usage of Pennill

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on the Language, Poetry, and Music of the Highland Clans: With by Donald Campbell (1862)
"... incl¡n ^ч- pennill mwyn a llais y delyn,—Fa, &c. A gentle song and the voice of the ... pennill ..."

2. The Gwyneddion; Or an Account of the Royal Denbigh Eisteddfod ... September edited by Thomas Griffith (1830)
"The following pennill on the occasion by Robert Davies, the celebrated Bard of Nantglyn, was also recited :— Balch yw Cymru weled Llin Ei Brenin ¡IP ei ..."

3. A Dictionary of the Welsh Language: Explained in English; with Numerous by William Owen Pughe (1832)
"(pennill) A forming a stanza. ... ra (pennill) To form a stanza. ... (pennill) Consisting of stanzas. ..."

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