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Pwyll

[ pool ]

noun

, Welsh Legend.
  1. a prince who stole his wife, Rhiannon, from her suitor, Gwawl, and was the father of Pryderi.


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Another version gives “bwyll yaddeu,” which may be rendered, “Pwyll assaulted.”

Pwyll overcomes Arawyn's enemies with one blow and the changeling's rule at Dyved was marvellous for its wisdom.

And when meat was ended, Pwyll said, “Where are the hosts that went yesterday and the day before to the top of the mound?”

Behold,” said Pwyll, “this is to me the most pleasing quest on which thou couldst have come; and wilt thou tell me who thou art?

The greeting of Heaven be unto thee, my soul,” said Pwyll, “come thou and sit down.

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