Aneirin



noun
6th century ad, Welsh poet. His Y Gododdin, preserved in The Book of Aneirin (?1250), is one of the earliest surviving Welsh poems
Historical Examples

Some of the poems themselves claim to be the work of the poets aneirin and Taliessin.
The Heroic Age H. Munro Chadwick

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