place-names of Cardiganshire by Iwan Wmffre

Cover of: place-names of Cardiganshire | Iwan Wmffre

Published by Archaeopress in Oxford, England .

Written in English

Read online

Subjects:

  • Names, Geographical -- Wales -- Cardiganshire.

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementIwan Wmffre.
SeriesBAR British series -- 379
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA740.C3 W57 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. (cxxx, 1403 p.) :
Number of Pages1403
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20712223M
ISBN 101841716650, 1841716669, 1841716677, 1841716685

Download place-names of Cardiganshire

In these three volumes Iwan Wmffre presents a dictionary of s place-names in Cardiganshire. Although Wmfrre states that the work is not definitive, it does succeed in its aim to demonstrate the historical evolution of place-names and pronunciation, highlighting trends in location and chronology.

The catalogue is preceded by a discussion of sources, geography, spelling variations. The Place-Names of Cardiganshire First Edition by Iwan Wmffre (Author) › Visit Amazon's Iwan Wmffre Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central.

BOOK DESCRIPTIONIn this work the author assembles information that will satisfy linguists historians and geographers alike The corpus of Cardiganshire place-names contains some 15 headwords Each headword is followed by a location by grid-reference and when possible by a notation of.

The place-names of Cardiganshire book emphasis is on the place-names of Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) but place-names in other parts of Wales are also considered and they are all discus The main emphasis is on the place-names of Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) but place-names in other parts of Wales are also considered and they are all discussed in the context of.

Buy The Place-Names of Cardiganshire by Iwan Wmffre from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Iwan Wmffre. CARDIGANSHIRE PLACE NAMES. hide. Hide.

This is a place name listing constructed from (i) the Cardiganshire places and organisations named in A Topographical Dictionary of Wales (Lewis ); (ii) the Cardiganshire nonconformist chapels and their locations named in The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales, Vol 1 (Rawlins, Buy The Place-names of Cardiganshire by Wmffre, Iwan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. CARDIGANSHIRE TOWNS and PARISHES Cardiganshire genealogy. Many Welsh place names exist in several variants.

The main parish name used here is typically that found in Cofresti Plwyf Cymru: Parish Registers of Wales. In cases where there is a distinctly-different Welsh version of a place name this included as an additional "See" item - but no attempt is made to list all minor variations.

NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Cardiganshire, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the name.

More books on place-names Place-Names of Dinas Powys Hundred by Gwynedd O. Pierce (University of Wales Press. Cardiff ) The Place-Names of Pembrokeshire (National Library of Wales.

Aberystwyth ) Place-Names of Cardiganshire by. The place-names of Cardiganshire, Volume 1, Iwan Wmffre, place-names of Cardiganshire book, Social Science, pages. This work is primarily meant to be a record of the locations, age, pronunciation and explanation of place-names in the county of Cardiganshire in Wales.

Each headword is. The place-names of Wales Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

Language and Place-Names in Wales The Evidence of Toponymy in Cardiganshire. Language and Place-Names in Wales The Evidence of Toponymy. Look at the letters to determine the origin of the place name. First of all you must establish whether you're looking at english or welsh.

There is no j, k, q, v, x or z in the welsh language; therefore, if. THE PLACE-NAMES OF CARDIGANSHIRE. a The Place-names of Cardiganshire, Oxford: Archaeopress (cxxx + pp.) ISBN (£) This is a 15, head corpus of place-names from Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), which covers approximately a tenth of the surface area of Wales, and which was collected over a period of fifteen years.

Wmffre, Iwan: The Place-names of Cardiganshire vol. i-iii., DINBYCH / DENBIGHSHIRE Pratt, Derrick: ‘The Marcher Lordship of Chirk, –′, in Transactions of. The author analyses the phonology of Cardiganshire place-names, in their spoken and written forms, particularly looking at changes in the period from the 18th to 20th centuries, although many features are shown to have their roots in earlier periods.

HOLIDAY RAMBLES IN CORNWALL AND PLACE NAMES OF LLANDYSILIO-GO-GO Written by H. Tobit Evans. Stock no. Published by Carmarthan Journal. 1st Nearly fine condition.

Two books bound in one volume. Blue cloth with gilt titles. Holiday Rambles In Cornwall 48. Cardiganshire (Welsh: Sir Aberteifi or Ceredigion) was one of thirteen historic counties of was a maritime county, bounded to the west by the Irish Sea, to the north by Merionethshire, to the east by Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire and Breconshire, and to the south by Carmarthenshire and county was created in the s.

The administrative county of Cardiganshire. NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Llanwenog, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the name of.

In these three volumes Iwan Wmffre presents a dictionary of s place-names in Cardiganshire. Although Wmfrre states that the work is not definitive, it does succeed in its aim to demonstrate the historical evolution of place-names and pronunciation, highlighting trends in.

Ysbyty Ystwyth is only a few miles south-east of the larger town of Aberystwyth, which while being one of the best known universities in Wales, remains one of the most mispronounced place names in the country. There you have it, they are just ten of the more noteworthy, fun to say and interesting place names that Wales has to offer.

The book examines the moneyers, those men responsible for minting the king’s coinage, within developing urban society in England during the tenth and More Quantity.

The main emphasis is on the place-names of Cardiganshire (now Ceredigion) but place-names in other parts of Wales are also considered and they are all discussed in the context of historical dialectology.

The author analyses the phonology of Cardiganshire place-names, in their spoken and written forms, particularly looking at changes in the Author: Iwan Wmffre.

Ceredigion (UK: / ˌ k ɛr ə ˈ d ɪ ɡ i ə n / KERR-ə-DIG-ee-ən, US: /-i ɒ n /-⁠ee-on, Welsh: [kɛrɛˈdɪɡjɔn] ()) is a principal area of Wales, corresponding to the historic county of the second half of the first millennium Ceredigion was a minor kingdom.

It has been administered as a county since Welsh is spoken by more than half the population. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Most place names in Wales derive from the Welsh language, but have in many cases also been influenced by English language over the centuries.

Many place names have been variously affected by social and economic changes in the country. The Industrial Revolution saw the development of many new towns and villages, particularly in the south.

Some of these used already existing place names. Place-Names of Cardiganshire by Iwan Wmffre: The Principality of Wales in the Later-Middle Ages: The Structure and Personnel of Government: Vol 1. South Wales (History & Law) by Ralph A. Griffiths: Pryderi's Pigs and other poems by G. Grove: The revolt of Owain Glyn Dŵr by R.

Davies: as Cardiganshire. ‘Place-names in Montgomeryshire’, London Montgomeryshire Soc. Handbook for – ‘The River Wheelock: Cheshire Wheelock = Welsh Chwilog’, Trans. Hist. Soc. of Lancashire and Cheshire– ‘Hafod and hafoty in Welsh place-names: a semantic study’.

LPNW Iwan Wmffre, Language and Place-Names in Wales The evidence of Toponomy in Cardiganshire, Cardiff LYH. Lewis Davies, Lewsyn Yr Heliwr, (Caernarfon National Eisteddfod,).

A response (02/09/) by the author to the review by Richard Morgan ( WHR –80) of Iwan Wmffre The Place-names of Cardiganshire, vols.1–3, Oxford: Archaeopress. This review is likely to mislead readers as to the value of The Place- names of Cardiganshire (PNCards) implying as it does that it falls short of achieving the standards of the English Place-Name Society’s county.

ADX/ ‘The Place-Names of Cardiganshire’ by Iwan Wmffre (adx) ADX/ A Land Girl's letter (copy) (adx) ADX/ Capt. Thomas Doughton of Aberystwyth (adx).

Description of his tour of Cardiganshire, Byegones, 9,pp. () Evans, Llansantffraid a few remains of a great building where it is supposed once stood the abbey of Llanfrid, mentioned in a book entitled “De Dotatione Ecclesiae S. Davidis”, and about three miles north-east stood an old monastery, called Llanrhystud.

• Llandyssul Church: Minute Book of the Vestry and Parish Meetings • Geological Research in Cardiganshire, • Some Aspects of Lead Mining in Cardiganshire in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries • Proceedings of the Society and of its Executive Committee, • Obituary • List of Members of the Society.

What is GENUKI. GENUKI is a genealogy web portal. Its aim is to serve as a virtual reference library of genealogical information that is of particular relevance to the UK & Ireland. It provides access to a large collection of information, with the emphasis on primary sources, or means to access them, rather than on existing genealogical research.

People of Seion. Patterns of Nonconformity in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire in the century preceding the Religious Census of by David Russell Barnes — not in English Common Knowledge: Place-Names of Cardiganshire by Iwan Wmffre — not in English Common Knowledge.

So if you want to see an exact translation of your book [William Masons’ The English Garden, ()] into good Welsh, you must go to Mr Johnes’s seat in Cardiganshire. Bodlean Library, ms.

Eng. Misc dff 7, 23; Barbier, Carl Paul, William Gilpin: his drawings, teachings and theory of the Picturesque, (), pp. footnote 3. (ref. = The Place-Names of Cardiganshire, Vol.

III, pp. (BRA British Series (III),ISBN 1 0). He at least would therefore appear to believe it to be a wholly Welsh place-name. Regards (Lepidus Magnus31 January (UTC)).

Cardiganshire County History Launched. The long-awaited history of medieval Cardiganshire was launched to a full house at the National Library’s Drwm on Saturday 5 October.

This substantial and beautifully illustrated volume is a partnership between the Royal Commission, the University of Wales Press, and Cymdeithas Hanes Ceredigion Historical Society.

Cardiganshire County History Book Launch The aim of the Ceredigion Historical Society is to preserve, record and promote the study of the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion.

That objective has remained the same since the foundation of the Society inthough its name was changed to the Ceredigion Historical Society from the.

Follow Iwan Wmffre and explore their bibliography from 's Iwan Wmffre Author Page. Cardigan, Cardiganshire branch of Merched y Wawr's contribution to the project on Welsh place names. A vector image of star to represent action to save this item Login to save this item ; Download (non-commercial use only) Content can be downloaded for non-commercial purposes, such as for personal use or in educational resources.New Books for General Readers Books by Subject Books by Series Info and Services Journals Chicago Manual of Style Scientific Style and Format Browse by: Subject | Series Books.The place names of Wales offer a fascinating insight into the past, and you can use this website to discover and learn more about their rich heritage.

25681 views Saturday, November 28, 2020