All this, I admit, sounds very selfish, but you asked me what part Branwen should play in regard to my schemes.
Then Beniah shouted, with just a shade of anxiety, “Branwen!”
The instant they were gone Branwen pushed the plank-bridge across the chasm, and disappeared in the secret cave.
Branwen pursed her lips into the form of an O and opened her eyes wide.
We need scarcely say that the search for Branwen proved fruitless.
Branwen felt that her only chance was to put a bold face on matters.
In this tale, Branwen is introduced as the sister of Manawyddan, the king of all Britain, and as the “fairest maid in the world.”
The cause of it is the unaccountable disappearance of the girl named Branwen.
The princess remained speechless, for her friend Branwen stood before her.
Hafrydda, do you think there is no stronger feeling than pity for me in the heart of Branwen?
fem. proper name, from Welsh bran "raven" + (g)wen "fair." Daughter of Llyr, she was one of the legendary heroines of Wales.