英 [aɪ'stedvəd; aɪ'steðvɒd]
来自威尔士语。-eisted, 季节，时期，词源同sit, session. -fod, 词源同be.
- eisteddfod:  An eisteddfod is literally a ‘session’ or ‘sitting’. It comes from the Welsh verb eistedd ‘sit’, a derivative of sedd ‘seat’, which goes back to the same Indo-European base (*sed-) as produced English sit and session. The final element, -fod, comes from the Welsh verb bod ‘be’.
=> session, sit
- Eisteddfod (n.)
- "annual assembly of Welsh bards," 1822, from Welsh eisteddfod "congress of bards or literati," literally "a session, a sitting," from eistedd "to sit" (from sedd "seat," cognate with Latin sedere; see sedentary) + bod "to be" (cognate with Old English beon; see be). The Welsh plural is eisteddfodau.
- 1. The biggest festival of all is the International Eisteddfod held every year in Llangollen.
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