a city in mid glamorgan, in s wales.
he became vicar of aberdare in 1866 and of carnarvon in 1869.
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 9, slice 1 various
there is an anglican theological college, removed to llandaff from aberdare in 1907.
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 16, slice 7 various
mr. davis possesses a cat that travelled from pembroke to aberdare, over fifty miles.
cats w. gordon stables
similar baptisteries are to be seen at ebbw vale, aberdare, and elsewhere.
curious church customs various
here was a large field for future settlement equal to the kenia and aberdare ranges in fertility, climate, and beauty of scenery.
freeland theodor hertzka
a town in south wales, in rhondda cynon taff county borough. pop: 31 705 (2001)
- Aberdeen angus
one of a breed of hornless beef cattle having a smooth, black coat, raised originally in scotland. noun a black hornless breed of beef cattle originating in scotland
- Aberdeen proving ground
a federal reservation and u.s. army training center in ne maryland, s of aberdeen and on w chesapeake bay, that is the site of a military testing ground.
also called aberdeenshire [ab-er-deen-sheer, -sher] /ˌæb ərˈdin ʃɪər, -ʃər/ (show ipa). a historic county in ne scotland. a seaport in ne scotland, on the north sea: administrative center of the grampian region. a city in ne south dakota. a seaport in w washington. a town in ne maryland. a fishhook having an extended bend. historical […]
noun a former name for the siskin, when kept as a cagebird historical examples aberdevine, ab-ėr-de-vīn′, n. a bird-fancier’s name for the siskin. chambers’s twentieth century dictionary (part 1 of 4: a-d) various it has a pleasing note, and is sold as a singing-bird in the london bird-shops by the name of the aberdevine. the […]
noun a former coal-mining village in s wales, in merthyr tydfil county borough: scene of a disaster in 1966 when a slag heap collapsed onto part of the village killing 144 people (including 116 children)