of or relating to .
a native of .
a native or inhabitant of Brittany.
Also called Armorican, Armoric. the Celtic language of Brittany.
(often lowercase) a round hat for women, with a flat crown and a turned-up brim.
pertaining to Brittany, the Bretons, or their language.
These are the armoric Britons, and they remain there to the present day.
Old English Chronicles Various
armoric, ar-mor′ik, n. the language of the inhabitants of armorica, the ancient name for Brittany.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
The armoric word for mania is diboelder or satoni; the Cornish, meskatter; the British, mainigh, among others.
Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles Daniel Hack Tuke
He may have added the armoric or Breton mor, mar; and the Irish muir, mara.
Notes and Queries, Number 69, February 22, 1851 Various
of, relating to, or characteristic of Brittany, its people, or their language
a native or inhabitant of Brittany, esp one who speaks the Breton language
the indigenous language of Brittany, belonging to the Brythonic subgroup of the Celtic family of languages
André (ɑ̃dre). 1896–1966, French poet and art critic: founder and chief theorist of surrealism, publishing the first surrealist manifesto in 1924
a native or inhabitant of Armorica (an ancient name for Brittany)
of or relating to Armorica
“native or language of Brittany,” late 14c., from French form of Briton (q.v.).
an ancient region in NW France, corresponding generally to Brittany. Historical Examples Yes, the independence of Armorica is a shame to the arms of the Franks. The Abbatial Crosier Eugne Sue There shall be put into her jaws a bridle that shall be made on the coast of Armorica. Old English Chronicles Various We find […]
of or relating to . a native of . (def 2). Historical Examples The church was founded by an Armorican lady of rank named Canna, who was sainted. British Goblins Wirt Sikes Page 128, “Armonican” changed to “Armorican” for consistency. Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series William Bottrell In the days of […]
a storage place for weapons and other war equipment. a building that is the headquarters and drill center of a military unit. a place where arms and armor are made; an armorer’s shop; arsenal. Heraldry. the art of blazoning arms. . arms or armor collectively. Archaic. heraldic bearings or arms. Contemporary Examples Abbott testified that […]
a person who is an expert at heraldry.