Cambro-

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See also: cambro and ĉambro

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From Cambria.

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Cambro-

  1. Welsh.
    • 1868, Thomas Nicholas, The Pedigree of the English People, page 442:
      History proves that for centuries the Anglo-Saxons fought, formed treaties, intermarried with the Cymbric race [...] They even themselves passed through intermixture out of the properly Anglo-Saxon into the Cambro-Saxon phase, constituting in fact a new race.
    • 1993, Martin John Ball and James Fife, The Celtic Languages, ISBN 0415010357, page 311:
      In present-day Colloquial Welsh borrowed nouns retain noun plurals in the exact shape that they occur in Cambro-English; for example (in north-western areas): [kondəktərs] 'conductors', loris 'lorries'.

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