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Pryderi

[pruh-dair-ee] /prʌˈdɛər i/
noun, Welsh Legend.
1.
the son of Pwyll and Rhiannon who was stolen by Gwawl shortly after his birth and was restored to his parents a few years later.
Compare Cigfa.
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  • Then they all started out together to seek the palace of Pryderi.

    Welsh Fairy Tales William Elliott Griffis
  • There Pryderi sat on his throne-chair, with his feet in a maiden's lap.

    Welsh Fairy Tales William Elliott Griffis
  • So Pryderi gave Gwyd the swine, and he quickly drove them off.

    Welsh Fairy Tales William Elliott Griffis
  • In Abergenoli is the grave of Pryderi, Where the waves beat against the shore.

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • When Pryderi heard of it, he was very wroth, and wished to stay and fight.

    The Lilac Fairy Book Andrew Lang
  • Pryderi, as has been seen, was despoiled of his swine by Gwydion.

  • And after his return, Pryderi and Manawyddan feasted and took their ease and pleasure.

    The Mabinogion Lady Charlotte Guest
  • Pryderi,” said Manawyddan, “these men are minded to slay us.

    The Mabinogion Lady Charlotte Guest
  • Let us go near to the bush,” said Pryderi, “and see what is in it.

    The Mabinogion Lady Charlotte Guest
  • Of a truth,” answered Pryderi, “I cannot thus give up my dogs.

    The Mabinogion Lady Charlotte Guest

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