bardic

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Etymology[edit]

bard +‎ -ic

Adjective[edit]

bardic (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to bards.

Noun[edit]

bardic (plural bardics)

  1. A bardic circle or competition: a gathering or contest at which stories, poems, and/or songs are recited.
    • 2006, Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, ‎Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart, Creating Circles and Ceremonies: Rituals for All Seasons and Reasons (ISBN 1564148645):
      [...] especially at Samhain, Yule, and Oimelc/Imbolg/Brigantia, we'd gather everyone into the living room around the fireplace and present our ritual enactments, hold our bardics, play music, dance, etc.—all before the great altar.
    • 2012, Joshua Cohen, Four New Messages (ISBN 1555970583)
      [...] in the bucolic bardics of BJ, whose eclogues insisted on rhyme [...]
    • 2015, Deborah Ross, Northlight (ISBN 1611380391), page 9:
      Laureans were as crazy for baths as they were for bardics.

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