Carmarthen

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Carmarthen

(kɑːˈmɑːðən)
n
(Placename) a market town in S Wales, the administrative centre of Carmarthenshire: Norman castle. Pop: 14 648 (2001)
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Car•mar•then

(kɑrˈmɑr ðən)

n.
1. a seaport in Dyfed, S Wales. 53,600.
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