eisteddfodic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

eisteddfod +‎ -ic

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˌaɪstɛðˈvɒdɪk/, enPR: ī'stĕth-vŏdʹĭk
  • Rhymes: -ɒdɪk
  • Hyphenation: ei‧stedd‧fod‧ic

Adjective[edit]

eisteddfodic (not comparable)

  1. Relating to an eisteddfod.
    • 1884, “Notable Men of Wales: The Late Mr. Thomas Beven, of Abergavenny”, in The Red Dragon, volume 6, page 101:
      Sir Charles Morgan, known in eisteddfodic circles as “Ifor yr Iforiaid,” was elected President, and Caradawc secretary.
    • 1908, T.J. Griffths, The Cambrian, volume 28, page 504:
      He was an eisteddfodwr and delighted to hear good singing, whether it was in the sanctuary or at the eisteddfodic gatherings.