The church was founded by an Armorican lady of rank named Canna, who was sainted.
Page 128, "Armonican" changed to "Armorican" for consistency.
In the days of Gildas the Wise, intense silence always reigned at night through the dense oak forest of the Armorican country.
The Armorican ster, a river, seems to be the word most nearly concerned.
This passage,” says Villemarqu, with wonderful sang-froid, “duly attests the prior claim of the Armorican piece!
Here is the famous "Marlborough Bucket," said to be of Armorican origin.
Yet nothing resembling the Armorican originals has been traced among the Welsh.
Let us now examine whether the Armorican sense is capable of giving a perfect meaning to both lines?
The Keltic names are quite different:1887 Irish coirce, cuirce, corca, Armorican kerch.
We can't follow the old guide through the long story he used to relate of what passed between him and the Armorican gentleman.