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[W cant, hundred; tref, dwelling-place].

A division of land, as seen in early Welsh literature, containing 100 dwellings of hamlets. A cantref comprises two or more commotes. Although the word ‘cantred’ is of Welsh origin, it has been used in translations of Irish texts.

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