Pryderi gives his mother Rhiannon to Manawyddan as his wife, along with some land which by magic art is made barren.
In Abergenoli is the grave of Pryderi, Where the waves beat against the shore.
And that he might have peace, Pryderi gave hostages, Gwrgi Gwastra gave he and three-and-twenty others, sons of nobles.
And after his return, Pryderi and Manawyddan feasted and took their ease and pleasure.
Pryderi,” said Manawyddan, “these men are minded to slay us.
Of a truth,” said Pryderi, “gladly would I have a tale from some of your men yonder.
And by force of strength, and fierceness, and by the magic and charms of Gwydion, Pryderi was slain.
And there Pryderi attacked them, and there the combat took place.
As for Pryderi, he was educated as a king's son ought to be, in all gentle arts and was trained in all manly exercises.
"Well hast thou named thy child 'Trouble,'" and henceforth Pryderi was his name.