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Matholwch

[ma-thoh-loo kh] /mæˈθoʊ lʊx/
noun
1.
a legendary king of Ireland and the husband of Branwen.
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  • Now the swineherds of Matholwch were upon the seashore, and they came to Matholwch.

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  • The entertaining of Branwen and Matholwch was in the time that they went to Ireland.

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  • They are the horses of Matholwch king of Ireland, who is married to Branwen, thy sister; his horses are they.

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  • These men returned with that answer to the place where Bendigeid Vran was, and they told him what reply Matholwch had given them.

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  • The embassy went after Matholwch, and told him all these sayings in a friendly manner, and he listened thereunto.

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  • And the next morning they paid Matholwch the horses as long as the trained horses lasted.

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