Llwyd


Llwyd

Llwyd [hloo-id; English loid] Examples noun Welsh Legend.

  1. a magician who avenged his friend Gwawl upon Pryderi, the son of Pwyll, by casting various spells upon Pryderi and his estate.

Also Lloyd. Examples from the Web for llwyd Historical Examples of llwyd

  • A second edition was prepared by Llwyd, but not published until 1760.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 7

    Various

  • Llwyd and Davy too were there, with other watchers who had helped to rear the bridge.

    The Making of William Edwards

    Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks

  • The subject is one not unworthy of the talents of a Llwyd or a Prichard.

    The Mabinogion

    Lady Charlotte Guest

  • And the more curious part of the name is confirmed by Llwyd, who calls a woodpecker casec drychin, mare of storms.

    Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 107, November 15, 1851

    Various

  • Then Llwyd struck her with a magic wand, and she was changed back into a young woman, the fairest ever seen.

    The Mabinogion

    Lady Charlotte Guest

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