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  • Cywydd — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El cywydd (en plural cywyddau) es la forma métrica más importante de la poesía tradicional galesa. Hay un gran número de variantes en el cywydd, como el cywydd deuair fyrion, el cywydd llosgyrnog o el awdl gywydd,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Cywydd — The cywydd (plural cywyddau) is one of the most important metrical forms in Welsh traditional poetry. There are a variety of forms of the cywydd, but the word on its own is generally used to refer to the cywydd deuair hirion as it is by far the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cywydd — Le cywydd est un mètre employé par les bardes gallois du Moyen Âge tardif. Il fait son apparition au commencement du XIVe siècle et devient la forme préferée des bardes jusqu à l éclipse de l ordre bardique. Parmi les grands maîtres du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cywydd — /ku widh/, n. Pros. a form of meter in Welsh poetry consisting of rhyming couplets, each line having seven syllables: first used in the 14th century. [1950 55; < Welsh; OWelsh couid song, metrical composition; c. OIr cubaid harmonious, rhyming] * …   Universalium

  • cywydd — noun /ˈkəˌwɪð/ A Welsh verse form consisting of rhyming couplets written in cynghanedd …   Wiktionary

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  • Celtic literature — Introduction       the body of writings composed in Gaelic and the languages derived from it, Scottish Gaelic and Manx, and in Welsh and its sister languages, Breton and Cornish. For writings in English by Irish, Scottish, and Welsh authors, see… …   Universalium

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  • Owen, Goronwy — ▪ British poet also called  Goronwy Ddu o Fôn   born Jan. 1, 1723, Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, Anglesey, Wales died July 1769, Brunswick, Va. [U.S.]       clergyman and poet who revived the bardic tradition in 18th century Welsh literature. He… …   Universalium

  • Owen, Goronwy (Gronow) — (1723 1769?)    The son of a tinker, he was born at Rhos Fawr, Anglesey. Given no encouragement from his drunken father, his education was left to his mother, and from 1737 to 1741 he was at Friars School, Bangor. He was ordained deacon in 1745… …   British and Irish poets

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