male proper name, from Welsh Llywelin, often explained as "lion-like," but probably from llyw "leader."
llewelyn broke down the bridge of Builth, but was closely followed by the English forces, who fruitlessly attempted to gain it.
But llewelyn's foot was on the outward edge of the fairy-ring.
The long reign of llewelyn the son of Jorwerth seemed destined to realize the hopes of his countrymen.
The pious llewelyn began his song from the rude and shapeless chaos.
Troubles at home were calling off both father and son from the Welsh war, and thus llewelyn secured his virtual triumph.
The song of llewelyn was heard by the shepherds with reverence and mute attention.
Amazed and incredulous, it was some time before llewelyn could recall to mind the weird prophecy his mother had repeated to him.
Who like llewelyn now remains, To shield from wrong his native plains?
Mr. llewelyn, an elderly man, as I have said, hesitated before speaking.
They had their leader, the brave prince llewelyn; but the fruit was not yet ripe.