[ ma-thoh-lookh ]
/ mæˈθoʊ lʊx /
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a legendary king of Ireland and the husband of Branwen.
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How to use Matholwch in a sentence
These men returned with that answer to the place where Bendigeid Vran was, and they told him what reply Matholwch had given them.
They are the horses of Matholwch king of Ireland, who is married to Branwen, thy sister; his horses are they.
The embassy went after Matholwch, and told him all these sayings in a friendly manner, and he listened thereunto.
And the next morning they paid Matholwch the horses as long as the trained horses lasted.
The entertaining of Branwen and Matholwch was in the time that they went to Ireland.