a slightly bow-legged variety of corgi having rounded ears and a lengthy end
- A warm jacket of knit worsted with or without sleeves specifically a knitted coat with sleeves this is certainly fastened up the front side with buttons or a zipper
- knitted jacket that's fastened within the front with buttons or a zipper
- a little bowlegged variety of corgi having rounded ears and a long end
1868, from James Thomas Brudenell (1797-1868), 7th Earl of Cardigan, English basic distinguished in the Crimean War, just who put the design, in one single account supposedly using these types of a jacket while leading the fee of this Light Brigade at Balaclava (1854). The area name is an anglicization of Welsh Ceredigion, actually "Ceredig's land." Ceredig existed 5c.
Lobsters and crabs are caught in Cardigan Bay, and oysters are found at various points of the Pembrokeshire coast.