- RichardRichard David Vivian Llewellyn Lloyd, 1907?–83, Welsh novelist.
- a male given name: associated, by folk etymology, with Welsh llew lion or llyw leader.
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Contemporary Examples of llewellyn
In an effort to answer the barrage of complaints all at once, Llewellyn posted a message on Google Plus on July 7.Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars’ Web Series Ruffles U.K. Feathers With Similarity to British ‘Carpool’
August 2, 2012
Historical Examples of llewellyn
“It was too bad to stand by and triumph, certainly,” observed Llewellyn.Eric, or Little by Little
Frederic W. Farrar
Llewellyn stammered out, with his usual stutter when spoken to sharply.The Wreck of the Nancy Bell
J. C. Hutcheson
David, brother of Llewellyn of Wales, executed by Edward as a traitor.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology
Llewellyn, though in the sorest straits, refused these terms.A History of England
But I think that Llewellyn is our man, simply for this reason.The Maid of Sker
Richard Doddridge Blackmore
- Colonel Harry . 1911–99, Welsh show-jumping rider: on Foxhunter, he was a member of the British team that won the gold medal at the 1952 Olympic Games