male proper name, from Welsh Llywelin, often explained as "lion-like," but probably from llyw "leader."
Examples from the Web for llewelyn
Thereupon Llewelyn returned to Snowdon, where he was joined by the homeless David.
Llewelyn then marched against the Earl of Gloucester, whom he defeated in a general battle.The Cambrian Sketch-Book|R. Rice Davies
Llewelyn furnished Peckham with long catalogues of grievances.
The enemy were numerous—resistance was in vain—Llewelyn withdrew to Builth.
But Llewelyn soon made the English position in Kerry untenable.