eisteddfodwr (plural eisteddfodwyr)

  1. One who supports, attends, or participates in an eisteddfod.
    • 2014, Alyce von Rothkirch, J.O. Francis, Realist Drama and Ethics: Culture, Place and Nation, University of Wales Press, page 127 ↗
      On the other hand he declares carefully that his views are relatively unimportant and that he merely behaves like any other eisteddfodwr in similar circumstances.
    • 1908, T.J. Griffths, The Cambrian, Volume 28, page 504 ↗
      He was an eisteddfodwr and delighted to hear good singing, whether it was in the sanctuary or at the eisteddfodic gatherings.

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