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Synonyms for bard

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Synonyms for bard

a lyric poet

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an ornamental caparison for a horse

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This reflects our immaturity cultural retardation, poverty of imaginative thought as well as an absence of local and national pride," he told a Bardic school in Timoleague, West Cork.
One room contains the six bardic chairs Hedd Wyn won during his life, while the kitchen remains as it was in 1917 with an iron replace and range.
The presentation follows the recent visit by the North Wales Rugby Choir to Langemark where they presented the village with a Bardic Chair.
Based in London and New York, Bardic will target artists that can potentially synergize best within the company's framework.
Its words, as do many of my nation's ancient bardic literary works, celebrate my people's vision of a strong independent nation, and the bloodshed suffered, under the battles with our current eastern neighbours, sometimes nothing more than brutal acts of ethnic cleansing.
HIS WORK IN REMEMBERING WELSH WAR DEAD HONOURED A BELGIAN caf owner was presented with a Welsh bardic chair during a concert last night.
The 11-time Paralympic gold medal winner was given the bardic name as she was admitted to the green-robed order of the Gorsedd of Bards on the National Eisteddfod maes at Bala.
He explains how drama emerged from bardic poetry, open sporting competition, uncodified religion, and exploratory philosophy.
John Hassett, president of the Irish Bardic Federation, said: "We have a heritage, history, culture and language older and richer than English and we have a vast reservoir of place names.
The yew's timber was a favourite among Irish wood craft people for over two millennia, long before the birth of Christ," said John J Hassett, National President of the Irish Bardic Federation.
Nantglyn YFC chose Ellis Humphrey Evans - better known by his bardic name Hedd Wyn - as the centrepiece of its hero-themed rally sign.
The workshops will be fun and interactive and we're looking to use a range of materials to get people inspired, from fridge magnetic poetry to creating a line of bardic bunting," says Edwards, who was awarded the John Tripp Award for Spoken Poetry last years, winning both the judges and the audience award to become Wales's best performance poet.
I had been fortunate enough to have enjoyed numerous first class holidays with them, which were excellent value for money The proprietor, Elfyn Thomas, was a genuine supporter of Welsh Culture and, for example, had donated the Bardic Chair to this year's National Eisteddfod at Wrexham.
It will remind us of the national festival and promote Welsh culture, language, poetry and bardic traditions, not to mention the dubious provenance of druidic fanfares, of men in flowing white and the symbolic horn of plenty.
Their topics include creation and recreation in Irish bardic poetry, the new manner of composing in the years around 1800, and vignettes of Kabbalistic and deconstructive thought.