Welshman









Welshman


Welshman [welsh-muh n, welch-] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural Welsh·men.

  1. a native or inhabitant of Wales.

Also Welchman. Origin of Welshman before 900; Middle English Welische man, Old English Wilisc mon; see Welsh, man1 Examples from the Web for welshman Historical Examples of welshman

  • For that matter, an Irishman or a Welshman is more romantic than an Englishman to-day.

    The American Mind

    Bliss Perry

  • But that derned Welshman got around her and she growed cold.

    The Duke Of Chimney Butte

    G. W. Ogden

  • If you had said you were a Welshman, I should not have been surprised.

    Lavengro

    George Borrow

  • In this way was John Williams, a hard-working, honorable Welshman, buried.

    Other Main-Travelled Roads

    Hamlin Garland

  • If you had said you were a Welshman, I should not p. 289have been surprised.

    Lavengro

    George Borrow

  • British Dictionary definitions for welshman Welshman feminine Welshwoman noun plural -men or -women

    1. a native or inhabitant of Wales

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