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Definition funny of Elidir:
A cute but slightly short-sighted variant of Welsh meercat that hides in dark places, has a penchant for alcoholic beverages, including cider and bitter, and is known for its peculiar sense of humour and characteristic sigh.
Johann, you're being such an Elidir today, hiding in your office with your earmuffs on and glugging from your hip flask.
Songs about Elidir:
Elidir A'R Tylwyth Teg by Dewi Morris from the Album Straeon Cymru (10 O Chwedlau Cyfarwydd)
Elidir Fawr (Arr for Strings) by Victor Saul from the Album 'Nuff Said' Instrumentals Best of, Vol. 1
Elidir Fawr (String Arr) by Vic Saul from the Album Rise Above
Koparan Sinemi A?yar Elidir by Aziz Türk Sanat Müzi?i Grubu from the Album Kürdili Hicazkar (Canl? Fas?l, Vol. 3)
Koparan Sinemi A?yar Elidir by Gönül Söyler, Güler Göksel, Hüseyin Gökmen, Kutlu Payasl?, Semra Ersoylu, Ziya Ta?kent Ahmet Melik from the Album Kürdili Hicazkar / Hüzzam Fasl?
Me?elidir by Alican Çal?? from the Album Karadeniz Dü?ünleri, Vol. 1
Me?elidir Engin Da?lar by Orhan Hakalmaz from the Album Türküler 1
Books about Elidir:
Elidir (Stories from Wales) by Esyllt Nest Roberts, Carys Owen and Sian Lewis (Feb 2, 2000)
Elidir: Trilogia (Spanish Edition) by Reinaldo Aparicio Viera (1974)
Elidir A'r Tylwyth Teg (Straeon Cymru) by Esyllt Nest Roberts and Carys Eurwen Owen (Dec 1998)
Stories & Journeys: A Visual Tale of an Artist in Residence at the Elidir Renal Unit in Ysbyty Gwynedd (English... by Nichola Goff and META (Dec 21, 2011)
Wiki information Elidir:
Elidir Fawr is a mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales, the northernmost peak in the Glyderau. To the north of the summit is a small lake, Marchlyn Mawr, which is the upper reservoir for Dinorwig power station, a pump-storage power station hidden inside...
Elidir Sais was a Medieval Welsh language court poet from Anglesey His sobriquet Sais suggests he was conversant in the English language, something so unusual at the time that it earned him his nickname. It may indicate he had been forced to spend...