Brecenan-mere
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Brecenan-mere
es; m. [Bd. Britannemere: Flor. Bricenanmere: Hunt. Brecanammere: Hovd. Bricenamere] Brecknock, the capital of Brecknockshire in South Wales; Brechinia. Gibson says, — Ad secundum circiter milliare a Brecknock in Wallia conspicitur Brecknockmere. Arx autem quam in nostris Annalibus Æthelfleda dicitur expugnasse, fuit, opinor, apud ipsum Brecknock, Chr. explicatio, p. 16, col. l Sende Æðelflǽd fyrd on Wealas, and abræc Brecenanmere Æthelfled sent a force into Wales, and took Brecknock by storm, Chr. 916; Th. 190, 35.
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