edn

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Welsh[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Brythonic etnos (compare Cornish edhen, Breton evn, Irish éan), from Proto-Celtic *φetnos (nominative *φatar), from Proto-Indo-European *pth₂-éns (nom. *péth₂-r̥) (compare English feather, Latin penna). Related to adar, adain, ehedeg.

Noun[edit]

edn m (plural ednod)

  1. bird

Synonyms[edit]