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gwyniad

/ (ˈɡwɪnɪˌæd) /
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noun

a freshwater white fish, Coregonus pennantii, occurring in Lake Bala in Wales: related to the powan

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Word Origin for gwyniad

C17: Welsh, from gwyn white, related to Scottish Gaelic fionn; see finnock

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