What is another word for manawyddan?

2 synonyms found


[ mˈanəɹˌɪdən], [ mˈanəɹˌɪdən], [ m_ˈa_n_ə_ɹ_ˌɪ_d_ə_n]

Related words: manawyddan ap llynedd, manawyddan ap lwyd, manawyddan brenhin llyn, manawyddan ap lwyn, manawyddan ap roch, manawyddan ap llywarch

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  • Who is manawyddan?

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    Manawyddan (Welsh "great flet"), also spelled manawydan, is a term that has been associated with elements of Celtic-speaking culture in Wales. It may refer to the deity Manawydan, to his son Messyllt, or to the place where the two were said to have performed their feats.

    The earliest invocation of Manawyddan is from the 6th century, but he does not achieve widespread popularity until the 9th century, when he is mentioned in the writings of such scholars as Einon and Taliesin.

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