Lludd

or Ludd

[ Welsh. lyth ]

nounWelsh Legend.
  1. a king of Britain who rid his kingdom of three plagues and was famous for his generosity: sometimes regarded as a god.

  • Also Nudd [Welsh nyth] /Welsh nüð/ .

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How to use Lludd in a sentence

  • And when this was ended, King Lludd caused an exceeding great banquet to be prepared.

    The Mabinogion | Lady Charlotte Guest
  • And thereupon King Lludd felt great sorrow and care, because that he knew not how he might be freed from these plagues.

    The Mabinogion | Lady Charlotte Guest
  • And in their sleep, Lludd folded the covering around them, and in the securest place he had in Snowdon, he hid them in a kistvaen.

    The Mabinogion | Lady Charlotte Guest
  • Lludd loved Llevelys best of all his brothers, because he was a wise and discreet man.

    The Mabinogion | Lady Charlotte Guest
  • And nothing was ever more wonderful to Lludd, than that the hamper should hold so much.

    The Mabinogion | Lady Charlotte Guest