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Rhiannon

[ ree-an-uhn ]

noun

, Welsh Legend.
  1. the wife of Pwyll who, accused of having eaten her son, was forced as a penance to carry people on her back until vindicated by her son's return.


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So we picked out the song (“Rhiannon,” click here for video), and Deer Tick learned it.

“This is a really good idea,” says 24-year-old Rhiannon Atkins.

Cambrian poets of an earlier age often allude to the birds of Rhiannon; they are mentioned in the Triads.

Still, since she was caught, I will restore thee Pryderi and Rhiannon, and will take the charm from off thy lands.

"It will suffice me that it be as Rhiannon said," answered Powel.

An evil companion hast thou been,” said Rhiannon, “and a good companion hast thou lost.

And as they drew near to the palace, they beheld Rhiannon sitting beside the horseblock.

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