Definition of Radnor in English:

Radnor

Pronunciation /ˈradnə/

noun

  • A Welsh breed of sheep with a short fleece and a tan or grey face and legs; a sheep of this breed. Also Hill Radnor.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Cambrian. From Radnor, the name of a region in central Powys, east Wales (formerly the county of Radnorshire), where such sheep were originally bred.