Übersetzung für 'Brythonic' von Englisch nach Deutsch
SYNO Brittanic | Brythonic
Brythonic languages
britannische Sprachen {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'Brythonic' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Brythonic languages
britannische Sprachen {pl}ling.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Owain was slain at the Battle of Catraeth, in which Brythonic warriors of Gododdin went up against the Angles of Deira and Bernicia.
  • His second son named Philip le Goch (translated from the brythonic as 'the Red') was lord of the manor of Egerton, Cheshire.
  • In the 9th century Historia Brittonum, Rhydderch is one of four Brythonic kings (along with Urien, Gwallog and Morcant) named as fighting against Hussa of Bernicia.
  • The Brythonic peoples, descendants of the Celtic Britons, inhabited western Britain (mainly Wales, Cumbria and Cornwall) and Brittany. They spoke the Brythonic languages.
  • There is no accepted derivation of the name Currie but it is possibly from the Scottish Gaelic word "curagh/curragh", a wet or boggy plain, or from the Brythonic word "curi", a dell or dirt hole.

  • The people of Dumnonia spoke a Southwestern Brythonic dialect similar to the forerunner of more recent Cornish and Breton.
  • The name Barlanark is an apparently hybrid Gaelic-Brythonic name suggesting "the hill at the clearing" from the Gaelic "bàrr" and Brythonic "lanerc" meaning "clearing".
  • The name is thought to be Brythonic in origin. Early forms suggest it derives from "gor gyn" – upper wedge – which may refer to the tapering shape of the land between the Water of Leith and the Craiglockhart hills.
  • Cornish, a member of the Brythonic branch of the Celtic language family, is a revived language that died out as a first language in the late 18th century.
  • Although a Brythonic origin is more likely (given the widespread survival of Brythonic names in Kent) e.g.

  • The word "coombe" is of Brythonic origin and means "hollow".
  • Peter Salway assumes that the Caledonians would have been Pictish tribes speaking a language closely related to Common Brittonic, or a branch of it augmented by fugitive Brythonic resistance fighters fleeing from "Britannia".
  • Gwion, or Taliesin, was an early Brythonic poet of Sub-Roman Britain.
  • Calderwood is a place-derived surname, of Brythonic and Old English origins in Lanarkshire Scotland.
  • The name Cerdic, moreover, may actually be an Anglicized form of the Brythonic name "Ceredic" and several of his successors also have names of possible Brythonic origin, indicating that the Wessex founders may not have been Germanic at all.

  • The village name is a compound of Brythonic and Anglo Saxon origins, which is a common occurrence in this part of the country.
  • Brill's name is tautological, being a combination of Brythonic and Anglo Saxon words for 'hill' (Brythonic "breg" and Anglo Saxon "hyll").
  • It seems to be derived from a Celtic (brythonic) root "lug"-meaning 'bright or light' which is also the derivation of a name for a deity, so the meaning may be 'bright river' or 'river dedicated to the god Lugus'.
  • The chief alternative view is the Insular Celtic hypothesis, which asserts that Goidelic and Brythonic underwent a period of common development and have shared innovations, while the above changes are either independent innovations that occurred separately in Brythonic and Gaulish or are due to language contact between the two groups.
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