Cymric

Cym'ric adjective [ W. Cymru Wales.] Welsh. -- noun The Welsh language. [ Written also Kymric .]
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Cymric

• (n.) The Welsh language. • (a.) Welsh.
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Cymric

The Cymric or Longhaired Manx or Manx Longhair is a breed of domestic cat originated in Canada during the 1960s by accident from pure Manx parents. The Cymric is a rounded body cat, without a tail, and variously coloured. Unlike the true Manx, the Cymric has a long coat. The breed is officially recognised in North America, but not in Britain or Eur...
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Cymric

[schooner] Cymric was a British and Irish schooner, built in 1893. Initially she was in the South American trade. She joined the fleet of Arklow, Ireland, in 1906. She served as a British Q-ship during the First World War; she failed to sink any German U-boats, but did sink a British submarine in error. After the war, she returned to the Br...
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