Then the nobles came to Pwyll, and besought him to put away his wife, because of the great crime which she had done.
They are associated with the Pwyll group, and apparently opposed to that of Dôn.
Thus shall it be gladly,” said Pwyll, “both to-day and every day while the feast shall last.
Peradventure,” said Pwyll, “thou art of such dignity that thou shouldest not do so.
Marriages like that of Pwyll and Rhiannon were possible between the dwellers of the one world and the other.
Verily,” said Pwyll, “what shall I do concerning my kingdom?
And Pwyll turned up the sides of the bag, so that Gwawl was over his head in it.
My men,” said Pwyll, “is there any among you who knows yonder lady?
In the tale of Pwyll, the earliest reference to Annwfn occurs.
When he saw that it availed not to follow her, he returned to the place where Pwyll was.