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Warriors of Arthur

from Culhwch and Olwen
or the Twrch Trwyth
Full transcription
Legend:
First column: transcription of Culhwch and Olwen derived from transcription © 2007–2017 Cardiff University See link for that project information.
Second and fifth column: The Mabinogion,
Third column is the name that is most common or correct; fourth is background on the name
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1 kei Kai Kai Triad 69 (21) The three frontlet ones of the battle of the Isle of Britain: "The fairest horseman is Kai in all Arthur's Court; and the men who are at the front of the army hasten to the rear to see Kai ride, and the men who are in the centre flee to the side, from the shock of his horse"
148 Garanwyn mab kei Garanwyn mab Kei Garanwyn mab Kay
216 relemon merch Cei Rhelemon the daughter of Kai Rhelemon the daughter of Kai
215 rathtyeu merch unic clememhill & relemon Rathtyeu the only daughter of Clemenhill Grand-daughter of Kei
2 bedwyr Bedwyr Bedwyr Triad 69 (21) The three frontlet ones of the battle of the Isle of Britain: SG: in the woody steep of Tryvan
149;186 amren mab bedwyr Amren the son of Bedwyr Amren the son of Bedwyr hir amren fromm #186 Eiddyl !#135 and Amren the Tall were the second pair of warriors to enter the cave; both were beaten within an inch of their lives.
185;139 hir eidyl Hir Eiddyl Eiddyl the Tall Eiddyl accompanied Arthur to the cave of the Black Hag in the Valley of Distress, in order to obtain the Black Hag’s blood for Culhwch. Same as eidyol mab ner attendant of Arthur
220 eneuawc merch Bedwyr Eneuawc the daughter of Bedwyr Eneuawc the daughter of Bedwyr
3; 40; R36 greidawl gaLldouyd Glewlwyd Gavaelvawr The porter:Pa Gur: Arthur and the Porter The Black Book of Carmarthen XXXI From "The Four Ancient Books of Wales" Skene. 1868 "WHAT man is the porter? Glewlwyd Gavaelvawr." gwynn gotyfron Gwynn Godyvron assumed a duplicate
6 chyndelic kyuarwyd Kynddelig Kyvarwydd guide of Arthur third listed for the hunt of the Twrch Trwyth For as good a guide was he in a land which he had never seen as he was in his own.
189 Elidyr gyfarwyd Elidyr Gyvarwydd guide of Arthur
206;R32 Gwrhyr gwastawt ieithoed Gwrhyr Gwastawd Ieithoedd interpreter of Arthur fourth listed for the hunt of the Twrch Trwyth; 'Ieithoedd' Learned 'languages' at Caer Oeth and Annoeth,Triad (52) Three Exalted Prisoners of the Island of Britain: Llyr Half-Speech, who was imprisoned by Euroswydd, and the second, Mabon son of Modron, and third, Gwair son of Geirioedd. And one (Prisoner), who was more exalted than the three of them, was three nights in prison in Caer Oeth and Anoeth, and three nights imprisoned by Gwen Pendragon, and three nights in an enchanted prison under the Stone of Echymeint. This Exalted Prisoner was Arthur. And it was the same lad who released him from each of these three prisons- Goreu, son of Custennin, his cousin. to whom all tongues were known
204;R6 Gwalchmei mab gwyar Gwalchmai the son of Gwyar Gwain fifth listed for the hunt of the Twrch Trwyth (Gwalchmai means"hawk of battle") CO: "Gwalchmei the son of Gwyar because he never returned home without achieving the adventure of which he went in quest. He was the best of footmen and the best of knights. He was nephew to Arthur, the son of his sister Anna, and his cousin."The grave of Gwalchmai is in Pyton, Where the ninth wave flows.
205 Gwalhauet mab gwyar Gwalhaved the son of Gwyar Galahad brother of Gwain
127;162;R41 LlenLleawc wydel mab Llwch llawwynnyawc Llenlleawg Wyddel son of Llwch Llawwynnyawg Lancelot du Lac CO: llennleawc wydel helped Arthur take the Cauldron of Diwrnach (task #14) in Ireland; Englynion y Clyweid.--Hast thou heard what Llenlleawg Gwyddel sang,The noble chief wearing the golden torques? The grave is better than a life of want."--Myv. Arch. I. p. 174.; 'Lluch Lleawg' in Taliesin's poem Spoils of Annwn'; BBC: Pa Gur: Llwch Llawynnog from the headland of Ganion; The son of Llwch Llawwynnyawg (from beyond the raging sea)
41 Lloch Llaw wynnyawc Lloch Llawwynnyawc father of Lancelot (Lloch Scotish) (Llwch Welsh) Llawwynnyawc from preceding Lancelot #127
163 arderchawc prydein mab Llwch llawwynnyawc Edeinawc son of Llwch llawwynnyawc brother of Lancelot WR)Three Brave Men of the Island of Britain: Gruddnei, and Henben,and Edenawg. They would not return from battle except on their biers. And those were three sons of Gleissiar of the North, by Haearnwedd the Wily their mother. The son of Llwch Llawwynnyawg (from beyond the raging sea):
R45 owein uab uryen Owain the son of Urien Owain (Yvain) the son of Gwrgant the Great (not Urien of the North) and Modrun, daughter of Afallach (Morgan le Fay), the grandfather of Arthur, whose son is Count Gwythyr ('Victor') of Leon, who is Guinevere's father (LBS). He is the one who plays chess with Arthur. DR: plays chess with Arthur; Triad 25 (3) one of the three accomplished princes of the Isle of Britain: Owain the son of Urien (not Urien of Rheged of the Gododdin who lived later, but Gwrgant the Great and Modrun, daughter of Afallach (Morgan le Fay), the grandfather of Arthur, whose son is Count Gwythyr ('Victor') of Leon, who is Guinevere's father (LBS)
227 Moruud merch uryen reget Morvudd the daughter of Urien Rheged. Morvudd daughter of Gwrgant the Great Triad (70) Three Fair Womb-Burdens of the Island of Britain: The second, Owain and Morfudd daughter of Urien* and (Anarun archbishop of Llydaw)**, by Modron daughter of Afallach their mother; (See Table V joined) (PEN. 50 NLW, Peniarth MS.)Three Fair Womb-Burdens of the Island of Britain: Urien and Efrddyl, children of Cynfarch the Old, who were carried together in the womb of Nefyn daughter of Brychan their mother; The second, Owain son of Urien and Mor(fudd) his sister who were carried together in the womb of Modron daughter of Afallach; *Urien is not Urien of the north but Gwrgant the Great, also known as Urien of Gower, father of Onbraust, Mother of Arthur) ** (Anarun archbishop of Llydaw (Brittany) = Amwn Ddu (the Black); misplaced as he is son of Emyr Lydaw See Table 7) win sister of Owain, and the beloved of Cynon the son of Clydno Eiddyn. Her mother's name was Modron, the daughter of Avallach.
4 gwythyr mab greidawl Gwythyr the son of Greidawl Victor SG: father of Gwenhwyfar, wife of Arthur. Triad 109 (56) (garbled: three wives of Arthur: all the same) Gwenhwyvar (Guinevere) daughter of Gwythyr the Subduer, the son of Owain of Gwrgant the Great
213 Gwenhwyuar Gwenhwyvar Guinevere its chief lady
214 gwennhwyach Gwennhwyach Gwenhwyvar's sister does not exist created from garbled triad #4, not sister of Gwenhwyvar Triad 49 (53) The three fatal slaps of the Isle of Britain: the slap which Gwenhwyfach gave Gwenhwyvar (Not!)
17;212;R2,R7 edern mab nud Edeyrn the son of Nudd derived from Lludd Llaw Ereint (Lludd of the Silver Hand) St. Edeyrn, Abbot, Confessor (Bedwini, the Bishop) DR: ""who are the jet-black troop yonder?" "They are the men of Brittany (not Denmark), and Edeyrn the son of Nudd is their prince." (Nudd servant of God); "Arthur sitting on a flat island below the ford, having Bedwini the Bishop (Betwin escob) on one side of him" Bishop of Gelliwig in Cernyw, and as such is spoken of in Triad 64 (1) "They are the men of Brittany, and Edeyrn the son of Nudd is their prince." ""each man wore garments of jet-black, with borders of pure white to every scarf; and the tops of the shoulders and the knees of their horses were pure white. And their banners were jet- black with pure white at the point of each." (men of the black cloth to pray for a good outcome.)
R3 gwarthegyt uab kaw Gwarthegyd the son of Kaw; St. Winwaloe Gwarthegydd (cattle raider) CO: holding the dog leases:"Gwarthegyd the son of Caw, in another quarter, with the two dogs of Glythmyr Ledewic" Killed by the boar at illed him at Cwmcerwyn DR: important counselor:Guoruan/Gwrwan/Gwarw who is known as St. Winwaloe from the Llandaff Charter made by Arthur's son Noe: [9 - 50v] Penn Alun. (Note the human chain miracle in the Life of the saint he performed that was clearly related to the support of Arthur during the "bore" of the Severn in the defeat of the Gewessei.) Strangely, he is killed by the Twrch Trwyth in Culhwch and Olwen prior to his appearance here, but these resurrections happen many times in the story.
53;R38 menw mab teirgwaed Menw the son of Teirgwaedd Merlyn CO: shapeshifter RO: counselor Triad 90 (28): Three Great Enchantments of the Island of Brita
95 annyannawc mab menw mab teir gwaed Annyanniawc the son of Menw the son of Teirgwaedd Annyanniawc the son of Merlyn
R11 Howel uab emyr llydaw Howel the son of Emyr Llydaw Hywel (Hywel, Hoel I), son of Emyr Llydaw (Brittany), uncle of Arthur from his three sisters who married Hywel's sons
229 Creidylat merch Llud Llaw ereint Creiddylad the daughter of Lludd Llaw Ereint. mytholgical Cordelia is however the daughter of king Llyr not Lludd She was the most splendid maiden in the three Islands of the mighty, and in the three Islands adjacent, and for her Gwythyr (the Subduer) and Gwynn the son of Nudd fight every first of May until the day of doom
16 gwynn mab nud Gwynn the son of Nudd mytholgical Lord of the Dead of the Underworld (rather than of the Otherworld) and Master of the Wild Hunt.  He is the sovereign of those beneficent and joyous beings, the Tylwyth Teg
15 gwynn mab nwyfure Gwynn son of Nwyfer duplicate same as Gwynn son of Nudd
R15 mabon Mab modron Mabon the son of Modron Mabon the son of Modron Triad (52) Three Exalted Prisoners of the Island of Britain: Llyr Half-Speech, who was imprisoned by Euroswydd, and the second, Mabon son of Modron, and third, Gwair son of Geirioedd.
R21 gweirmab gwestel Gwair the son of Gwestyl Gwair the Hostage 'Gwystyl' means hostage Triad (52) Three Exalted Prisoners of the Island of Britain: Llyr Half-Speech, who was imprisoned by Euroswydd, and the second, Mabon son of Modron, and third, Gwair son of Geirioedd.
137 gwydre mab Llwydeu Gwydre the grandson of Emyr Llydau Mythological Same as Gwydre son of Arthur killed at Cwm Kerwyn Triad 32 (19 Three Enemy-Subduers of the Island of Britain i.e Greidiawl (Enemy-Subduers): son of Envael Adrann (rather Envael son of Adrann), Gweir of Great Valour, and Drystan son of Tallwch. Triad 69 (21) Three Battle-Diademed Men of the Island of Britain: Drystan son of Tallwch, and *Hueil son of Caw, and Cai son of Cenyr of the Fine Beard. And one was diademed above the three of them: that was Bedwyr son of Bedrawc. (HengestTriads:*Gweir son of Gwystyl, and Cei son of Cynyr, and Drystan son of Tallwch.) Gwenabwy the daughter of [Caw] Is inaccurate (Caw names in CO do not exist. This is Gwenonwy sister of Arthur married to Gwyndaf Hen thus Gwydre is is cousin of Arthur brother of St. Hynwyn. A rock below Camlann is named after Gwenonwy and her son Hynwyn has a church there in Aberdaron. Hywel his uncle stabbed him.
135 Gwystyl mab Run mab nwython Gwystyl the son of Rhun the son of Nwython Mythological Gwystyl means hostage son of Envael Adrann (rather Envael son of Adrann), Gweir of Great Valour, and Drystan son of Tallwch.
136 Llwydeu mab nwython Llwyddeu the son of Nwython Mythological Llwyddeu the father of Gwydre; Nwython the grandfather
98 gereint mab erbin Geraint the son of Erbin Geraint (died in the battle of Llongborth 508)
99 erinit mab erbin Erinid the son of Erbin Erinid the son of Erbin
100 dyuel mab erbin Dyvel the son of Erbin Dywel the son of Erbin dialogue between Myrddin Wyllt and Taliesin, where the former says:-- "Through and through with rush and bound they came,Yonder and still beyond, were Bran and Melgan seen approaching, Dyvel ab Erbin and his hosts were slain."
18;R22;R28 cadwy mab gereint Gadwy the son of Geraint Cadwy, son of Geraint Gadwy Mab Geraint, DR: was noticed for his courtesy to guests and strangers, as we learn from Triad 119 (75). DR: Gadwy & Kadwr, Earl of Cornwall; LBS: St. Cado father of Gildas' Constantine DR: "whose duty it is to arm the King on the days of battle and warfare.
109 berth mab kado Berth the son of Kado Berth son of Cadwy
44;123;R10 gwennwynwyn mab naw Gwennwynwyn the son of Nav Gwennwynwyn the son of Nav Triad 68 (14) The three fleet-owners of the Isle of Britain: Geraint the son of Erbin; Gwenwynwyn the son of Nav; and March the son of Meirchion.
44;123;R10 gwennwynwyn mab naw Gwennwynwyn the son of Nav Gwennwynwyn the son of Nav Triad 68 (14) The three fleet-owners of the Isle of Britain: Geraint the son of Erbin; Gwenwynwyn the son of Nav; and March the son of Meirchion.
170 fflendor mab naf Ffleudor the son of Nav Ffleudor the son of Nav
61 Jonu brenhin ffreinck Jona king of France King Jonas of Domnonia King of Domnonia (Devon & Conwall) murdered by Conmore. St.Armel (Arthur) and St. Samson restored his son Juthahel to the throne in 555. (Samson Stone)
129 dunart brenhin y gogled Dunard king of the North Domangart of DalRiata Domangart (d. 507 Badon 508), the king of Dal Riata of the Cenel Gabhrain Dynasty. TheTriad mentions Domangart's son, Gabhrain (Gabrain) (d. 558), and grandson Aedan (d. 608). Domangart (d. 507 Badon 508), the king of Dal Riata of the Cenel Gabhrain Dynasty. The
5 greit mab eri Greid the son of Eri Greid the son of Eri Greid owned a hound named Drudwyn. As one of his tasks, the warrior Culhwch had to obtain this hound to help hunt the boar Twrch Trwyth. He was one of the three most unfortunate prisoners - where Mabon and Llud Silver Hand were the other two.
8 maelwys mab baedan Maelwys the son of Baeddan Melwas "Life of Gildas" by Caradoc of Llancarfan: Whilst Gildas was at Glastonbury Melwas the king in Somerset ; carried off Gwenhwyfar (Guinevere), Arthur's queen. Arthur did not take her back for a year from the difficulty of the reeds and marsh. After a year Gildas interceded and his wife was returned.
19;R35 fflewdur fflam wledic Prince Fflewddur Fflam Popular northern allied to Arthur Triad 114 (9) The three princes of the court of Arthur were Gobrwy son of Echel Mighty-Thigh, Cadr(i)eith ('Fine-Speech') son of Porthawr Gadw, and Fleudur Fflam ('Flame'). That is to say, they were princes possessing territory and dominion, but not withstanding this, they preferred remaining as knights in Arthur's court, judging that to be superior to all honour and dignity; and they went by the name of the three just knights.
23 daLldaf eil kimin cof Dalldav the son of Kimin Cov Alun Dalldav the son of Kimin Cov Dalldav the son of Kimin Côv (grandson of Brachan) - Triad 113 (73): one of the three compeers of the Court of Arthur with Trystan mab March, and Rhyhawd mab Morgant ab Adras. The name of his horse was Fferlas: Trioedd y Meirch ; first name from #24
24; R31 (dyuyr) uab alun dyuet (Dyvyr) the son of Alun Dyved Dyvyr the son of Alun Dyved Alun Dyed is the son of Saidi The Twrch Trwyth can never be hunted without the son of Alun Dyved; he is well skilled in letting loose the dogs."
25; R42 (karieith) mab seidi Kadyriaith the son of Saidi Kadyriaith the son of Saidi Three Men of the Island of Britain who were most courteous to Guests and Strangers: Gwalchmai son of Gwyar, and Cadwy son of Gereint, and Cadrieith (Fine Speech) (son of) Saidi. CO: only listed as son of Saudi DR:DR: "besought that a truce might be granted to Osla Gyllellvawr for the space of a fortnight and a month, and that the asses and the burdens they carried might be given to the bards, to be to them as the reward for their stay and that their verse might be recompensed during the time of the truce. And thus it was settled
164 Cas mab saidi Cas the son of Saidi Cas the son of Saidi
156;26 (hunabwy) mab gwryon Hunabwy the son of Gwryon Hunabwy the son of Gwryon Gorlois may be deried from Gwryon
27; 188 Vchdryt uaryf draws Uchtryd Varyf Draws Uchtryd Long Beard combining Uchtryd Ardywad Kad (chtrut ardywat kat)#27 who spread his red untrimmed beard over the eight-and-forty rafters which were in Arthur's Hall
35 chilyd canhastyr Kilydd Canhastyr Cilydd Hundred-holds Has the chain to fasten the collar to the lease of Drudwyn task #25
36 chanhastyr kanLlaw Canastyr Kanllaw Canhastyr Hundred-hands. Has the collar of Drudwyn task #24
37 chors cant ewin Cors Cant- Ewin Cors Hundred-claws Has the lease of Drudwyn task #23
R14 goreu custennin Goreu Custennin Constantine of Cornwall Grandson of Geraint, son of Cadwy. Gildas reprimands him
47 echel uordwyt twLl Echel Vorddwyttwll Echel pierced thigh killed by the boar Twrch Trwyth at Llwch Ewin His son Goronwy has already been cited as one of the Sovereigns who preferred residing at Arthur's Court, to remaining in their own dominions.
46;R20 gobrwy mab echel uordwyt twLl Gobrwy the son of Echel Vorddwyttwll Gobrwy the son of Echel
58 drutwas mab tryffin Drudwas the son of Tryffin Drudwas the son of Tryffin one of the three Golden-tongued Knights, whom no one could refuse whatsoever they might ask; Gwalchmai, and Eliwlod ab Madawc ab Uthur were the other two.--Triad 115.
223 Erdutuul Merch tryffin Erddudnid the daughter of Tryffin. Erddudnid the daughter of Tryffin.
85 gildmab kaw Gildas the son of Kaw St. Gildas
87 Hueil mab Kaw Hueil the son of Kaw Hueil the son of Kaw Triad 69 (21) The three frontlet ones of the battle of the Isle of Britain: Trystan, son of Tallwch; Huail, son of Caw of Prydyn, lord of the vale of Cawlwyd; and Cai, son of Cynyr with the Shining Beard. And there was one frontlet wearer above the other three, who was Bedwyr, the son of Pedrawg. He was tried and beheaded by Arthur in Ruthin he never yet made a request at the behalf any Lord)
88 samson uinsych Samson Vinsych St. Samson
92 ysperin mab fflergant brenhin Llydaw Ysperni the son of Fflergant king of Armorica Ysperni the son of Alan Fyrgan Alan Fyrgan is of the three Faithless War-Bands of the Islands of Britain: The War-Band of Goronwy the Radiant of (Penllyn), who refused to receive the poisoned spear from Lleu Skilful-Hand on behalf of their lord, at the Stone of Goronwy at the head of the Cynfal; and the War-Band of Gwrgi and Peredur, who abandoned their lord at Caer Greu, when they had an appointment to fight the next day with Eda Great-Knee; and there they were both slain; And the War-Band of Alan Fyrgan, who turned away from him by night, and let him go with his servants to Camlan. And there he was slain.
93 saranhon mab glythwyr Saranhon the son of Glythwyr saranhon son of Glythfyr Ledewig Glythfyr owned two special hounds.
94; R27 Llawr eil erw Llawr Eilerw Llawr son of Eidriv Triad 86 (15) The three roving fleets of the Isle of Britain: the fleet of Llawr son of Eidriv; the fleet of Divwg son of Alban; and the fleet of Dolor (Solor) son of Mwrchath, king of Manaw. Possibly (lawur oded uaryfawc R27 is a duplicate)
101 gwynn mab ermit Gwynn the son of Ermid Gwynn the son of Ermid son of Erb
102 chyndrwyn mab ermit Kyndrwyn the son of Ermid Kyndrwyn the son of Ermid son of Erb
104 eidon uawr urydic Eiddon Vawr Vrydic Eddin the Magnanimous
113;R29 moruran eil tegit Morvran the son of Tegid Morvran the son of Tegid Triad 83 no one struck him in the battle of Camlann by reason of his ugliness; all thought he was an auxiliary devil. Hair had he upon him like the hair of a stag.),
114 sande bryt agel Sandde Bryd Angel Sandde Bryd Angel Triad 83 no one touched him with a spear in the battle of Camlann because of his beauty; all thought he was a ministering angel)
115; 28; 81 chynnwyl sant Kynwyl Sant St. Cingual In Llandaff Charters: monastery of St. Cingual or Llancynwalan, a church belonging to the See in Gower Duplicates chynwas mab kaw & Kynwas Curvagyl (owned a number of cattle that were killed by the boar Twrch) Trwyth (the third man that escaped from the battle of Camlan, and he was the last who parted from Arthur on Hengroen his horse),
218 Gwenn alarch merch kynnwyl canhwch Gwenn Alarch the daughter of Kynwyl Canbwch. daughter of St. Cingual
124 llysgat rud emys Llysgadrudd Emys St. Lleuddad grandson of Emys He was killed at Ystrad Yw fighting the piglet Llwydawg the Killer during the great hunt of the boar Twrch Trwyth
146;R1 osla gyLleLluawr Osla Gyllellvawr (long knife) Octha II Long Knife shown incorrectly as ally in CO. DR: ossa gyllellwawr is the Saxon ally with the Gewessei (Twrch Trwyth) who bore a short broad dagger. When Arthur and his hosts came before a torrent, they would seek for a narrow place where they might pass the water, and would lay the sheathed dagger across the torrent, and it would form a bridge sufficient for the armies of the three Islands of Britain, and of the three islands adjacent, with their spoil
147 Gwydawc mab menestyr Gwyddawg the son of Menestyr Gwyddawg the son of Menestyr who slew Kai, and whom Arthur slew, together with his brothers, to revenge Kai
153&150 ely amyr Ely Amyr Ely Amyr ely=eli Arthur's chief huntsman
154 thrachmyr Trachmyr Trachmyr Arthur's chief huntsman
158 gweir datharwennidawc Gweir Dathar Wenidawc Gweir Dathar Wenidawc the uncles of Arthur, the brothers of his mother:
217 thannwen merch weir dathar wenidawc Tannwen the daughter of Gweir Dathar Wenidawc Daughter of Gweir Dathar Wenidawc
R21 Gweir mab gwestel Gwair the son of Gwestyl Gwair the son of Gwestyl Riad (52) Three Exalted Prisoners of the Island of Britain: Llyr Half-Speech, who was imprisoned by Euroswydd, and the second, Mabon son of Modron, and third, Gwair son of Geirioedd.
160 gweir gwrhyt ennwir Gweir Gwrhyd Ennwir Gweir False Valour Triad (72) Three Stubborn Men: E(i)ddilig the Dwarf, and Gwair of Great Valour, and Drystan. whom no one could turn from their purpose.
167 gwittart mab oed brenhin Jwerdon Gwittart the son of Oedd king of Ireland. Gwittart, brother of Odgar The cauldron of Diwrnach Wyddel, the steward of Odgar the son of Aedd, king of Ireland ( task #14) The true son of Aedd is Prydain
169 Panawr pen bagat Panawr Pen Bagad Panawr the Battle Leader
171 Gwynn hyuar maer kernyw dyfneint Gwynnhyvar mayor of Cornwall Devon Gwyndaf Hen Gwyndaf Hen is the son of Emry Llydaw living in Cornwall and Devon; was married to Arthur's sister Gwenonwy the ninth man that rallied the battle of Camlan)
202 Kyuedyr wyLlt mab hettwn tal aryant Kynedyr Wyllt the son of Hettwn Talaryant Cynedyr Wyllt, Huntsman Cynedyr was identified by Ysbaddaden to be the only man in the world who could hold the leashes of the pups, Aned and Aethlem.
203 Sawyl benn uchel Sawyl Ben Uchel Sawyl Ben Uchel In The Life of St. Cadoc he is a tyrant who mistreated a saint, and thus engulfed by the earth.Triad 74 (23)nThe three arrogant ones of the Isle of Britain: Sawyl the lofty headed; Pasgen the son of Urien; and Rhun the son of Einiawn.Their arrogance was most arrogant above every other arrogant thing, by means of which they brought anarchy
207 kethtrwm offeirat Kethcrwm the Priest St. Kentigern (Cyndeyrn) Triad 64 (1) The three tribes of the throne of the Isle of Britain. The first is Caerllion upon Usk; and there Arthur has supreme authority, St. David son of Cunedda Wledig being chief bishop, and Maelgwyn of North Wales being chief elder. Second, Celliwig in Cernyw*, and there Arthur has supreme authority, Bedwini being chief bishop, and Caradawg with the Brawny Arm chief elder. Third, Edinburgh in the North; and there Arthur has supreme authority, Cyndeyrn Garthwys being chief bishop, and Gwrthmwl Wledig chief elder.
208 Clust mab clustueinat Clust the son of Clustveinad Clust the son of Clustveinad In 'Gereint son of Erbin' he shared the responsibility of Arthur’s gatekeeper with seven to nine other warriors, commanded by the chief gatekeeper Glewlwyd Strong Grip. though he were buried seven cubits beneath the earth, he would hear the ant fifty miles off rise from her nest in the morning),
225 Teleri merch peul Teleri the daughter of Peul. Teleri Daughter of St. Paul Aurelianus St. Paul had many sisters, no mention of a daughter. Tolkien: an elf clan
226 Jndec Merch arwy hir Indeg the daughter of Garwy Hir. Indeg And the Three Mistresses were these: Indeg daughter of Garwy the Tall, and Garwen ('Fair Leg') daughter of Henin the Old, and Gwyl ('Modest') daughter of Gendawd ('Big Chin'?). he daughter of Garwy or Afarwy hir, of Maelienydd, was one of the three ladies best beloved by Arthur. Her beauty is often the theme of the bards.
231 EssyLlt vinwen Essyllt Vinwen Essyltt, of the white lips. Mistress of Trystan Triad 105 (80) The three unchaste wives of the Isle of Britain were the three daughters of Culvynawyd Prydein. The first was Essyllt Vyngwen the mistress of Trystan son of Tallwch; the second was Penarwen, wife of Owain son of Urien; and the third was Bun, wife of Ida the flame-bearer. married to March ab Meirchion, and acquired a very undesirable celebrity for her attachment to her husband's nephew Tristan ab Tallwch, the renowned Sir Tristan of the Romancers, who bestow upon Essyllt the appellation of Yseult La Belle.
232 essyLlt vingul Essyllt Vingul First Essyltt of Trystan Yseullt aux Blanche Mains of romantic fiction, whom Sir Tristan, although at the same time deeply enamoured of her fairer namesake, married out of gratitude for her having effected his cure, when wounded by a poisoned arrow.
R4 march uab meirchawn March the son of Meirchawn Marcus Conomorus Usurped by Arthur, he went to Brittany and was overthrown by Arthur as St. Armel DR: prince of "the men of Britanny (not Norway). And he is cousin unto Arthur."
R5 chradawc ureichuras Caradawc Vreichvras Caradog Strong Arm Triad 64 (1) The three tribes of the throne of the Isle of Britain. The first is Caerllion upon Usk; and there Arthur has supreme authority, St. David son of Cunedda Wledig being chief bishop, and Maelgwyn of North Wales being chief elder. Second, Celliwig in Cernyw*, and there Arthur has supreme authority, Bedwini being chief bishop, and Caradawg with the Brawny Arm chief elder. Third, Edinburgh in the North; and there Arthur has supreme authority, Cyndeyrn Garthwys being chief bishop, and Gwrthmwl Wledig chief elder. Caradawc Vreichvras, the son of Gwrgant the Great (not Llyr Marini, the father of the famous Caractacus), his chief counsellor and his cousin
R40 Hawrda uab karadawc vreichuras Cawrdav the son of Caradawc Vreichvras Cawrdaf son of Caradog father of Mordred Cywyllog, daughter of Caw and wife of Mordred in Welsh tradition which relates that after her husband's death, she became a nun and founded the church of Llangwyllog on Anglesey. In genealogy, but not CO or DR.
R14 goreu custennin Goreu Custennin Constantine of Cornwall Grandson of Geraint, son of Cadwy. Gildas reprimands him
R23 Dyrstan mab talluch Trystan the son of Tallwch Trystan nephew of King Mark Conomore Triad 69 (21) The three frontlet ones of the battle of the Isle of Britain: Trystan, son of Tallwch; Huail, son of Caw of Prydyn, lord of the vale of Cawlwyd; and Cai, son of Cynyr with the Shining Beard. And there was one frontlet wearer above the other three, who was Bedwyr, the son of Pedrawg.
R24 Moryen manawc Moryen Manawc unknown
R25 granwen mab llyr Granwen the son of Llyr unknown
R26 llacheu mabarthur Llacheu the son of Arthur Llacheu the son of Arthur Triad 70 (4) Three Well-Endowed Men of the Island of Britain:Gwalchmai son of Gwyar, and Llachau son of Arthur,and Rhiwallawn Broom-Hair. Mi a Wum contains the passage:Mi a Wum contains the passage: "I have been where Llacheu was slain, son of Arthur, marvelous in songs, when ravens croaked over blood." Bleddyn Fardd "He was a brave youth in blue-enamell ed arms, as Lacheu was slain below Llech Ysgar"
R30 ryawd eil morgant Rhyawd the son of Morgant Rhyhawd son of Morgan, grandson of Arthur Triad 123 (12) The three vain bards of the Isle of Britain: the first was Arthur; the second was Cadwallawn son of Cadvan; the third was Rhyhawd the adopted son of Morgant of Glamorgan. Triad 31 (20) The three blood-stained ones of the Isle of Britain: Arthur, Morgan the Greatly Courteous, and Rhun, the son of Beli.
R33 adaon uab telessin Adaon the son of Taliesin Taliesin later on The most eloquent and the wisest youth that is in this island
R37 Gilbert mab katgyffro Gilbert the son of Kadgyffro Gilbert Son of Cadgyffro Triad (24)Three Slaughter-Blocks of the Island of Britain: Gilbert son of Cadgyffro, and Morfran son of Tegid, and Gwgawn Red-Sword. He rode a horse named Red Wolf-Tread.
R39 gyrthmwl wledic Gwrthmwl Wledig Gwrthmwl Wledig A chieftain from Northern England that sought refuge in Wales about the beginning of the sixth century. Englynion Beddau Milwyr Yns Prydain: 'In Geli Briavel lies Greidawl' Triad 64 (1) The three tribes of the throne of the Isle of Britain. The first is Caerllion upon Usk; and there Arthur has supreme authority, St. David son of Cunedda Wledig being chief bishop, and Maelgwyn of North Wales being chief elder. Second, Celliwig in Cernyw*, and there Arthur has supreme authority, Bedwini being chief bishop, and Caradawg with the Brawny Arm chief elder. Third, Edinburgh in the North; and there Arthur has supreme authority, Cyndeyrn Garthwys being chief bishop, and Gwrthmwl Wledig chief elder.
R43 Idawc cord prydein Iddawc Cordd Prydain DR: "Iddawc the son of Mynyo"; St. Iddew Corn Brydain (LBS) Triad 22 The three secret treasons of the Isle of Britain: First, the betraying of Caradog son of Bran, by Aregwedd Voeddawg, daughter of Afarwy, the son of Lludd, and delivering him up a captive to the Romans. Second, the betraying of Arthur by Iddawg Corn Prydein, who divulged his designs. The above in the Mabinogion tale The Dream of Rhonabwy is Rhonabwy's guide in the dream realm. It is he who caused the enmity between Arthur and Mordred, leading to the battle of Camlann. And third, the betraying of Prince Llewelyn, son of Grufudd, by Madog Min. (Bishop of Bangor who caused the death of Llewelyn son of Gruffydd.) DR:Iddawc the son of Mynyo (Jdawc uab mynyo) "I will tell thee. I was one of the messengers between Arthur and Medrawd his nephew, at the battle of Camlan; and I was then a reckless youth, and through my desire for battle, I kindled strife between them, and stirred up wrath"
R44 elphin uab gwydno Elphin, the son of Gwyddno
R34 llara uab kasnat wledic Llary the son of Kasnar Wledig Much earlier ancester of Vortigern
7 thathal twyLl goleu Tathal Twyll Goleu mytholgical
9 chnychwr mab nes Cnychwr the son of Nes folk character borrowed from the Irish character named Ness.
10 chubert mab daere Cubert the son of Daere folk character borrowed from the Irish folk character Cú Roí, son of Daere.
11 phercos mab poch Fercos the son of Poch folk character adopted from the Irish character named Róech.
12 Lluber beuthach Lluber Beuthach folk character from the Irish character 'Lóegaire Búadach' (Laegaire Buddach
13 choruil beruach Corvil Bervach folk character   borrowed from Irish tradition, Conall Kernach. He's probably identical with Conal.
14 gwyn mab esni Gwyn son of Esni unknown
20;R8 ruawn pebyr mab dorath Ruawn Pebyr the son of Dorath Popular northern prince of a later date Triad 25 (3) One of the three accomplished princes of the Isle of Britain: Rhuvon the Fair, son of Dewrath Wledig. With Owain son of Urien DR: "for they were ever in the front and the rear in every peril"
29 gwrhyr gwarthecuras Gwrhyr Gwarthegvras spurious Gwrhyr Cattle
30 Jsperyr ewingath Isperyr Ewingath spurious Isperyr Cat's Claw
31 gaLlcoyt gouynynat Gallcoyt Govynynat spurious Gallcoyt the Reed Cutter
32 duach Duach son of Gwawrddur Kyrvach Y Gododdin later Y Gododdin so after Arthur and dead Y Gododdin: Gwawrddur: glutted black ravens [slew his enemies] on the ramparts of the stronghold, though he was not Arthur.
33 grathach Grathach son of Gwawrddur Kyrvach Y Gododdin later Y Gododdin so after Arthur and dead
34 nerthach Nerthach son of Gwawrddur Kyrvach Y Gododdin later Y Gododdin so after Arthur and dead
222 Gwennwledyr merch waledur kyruach Gwennwledyr the daughter of Gwaledyr Kyrvach. Y Gododdin later
esgeir gulhwch gouyn kawn Esgeir Gulhwch Govynkawn spurious Seems to be Grugyn Gwrych Ereint one of the boars
39 drustwrn hayarn Drustwrn Hayarn spurious Seems to be Drudwyn the hound
43 sinnoch mab seithuet Sinnoch the son of Seithved unknown
45 bedyw mab seithuet Bedyw the son of Seithved unknown
48 mael mab roycol Mael the son of Roycol unknown
49 datweir daLlpenn Dadweir Dallpenn unknown
51 gwythawc gwyr Gwythawc Gwyr Y Gododdin later
50 garwyli eil gwythawc gwyr Garwyli the son of Gwythawc Gwyr Y Gododdin later
52;106 gormant mab ricca Gormant the son of Ricca Folklore Gormant the son of Rhita Gawr. The Story goes that Nynnio and Peibio (based on real rulers of Ergyng, sons of Erb) quarreled. King Rhita Gawr cut off their heads and they were turned into the oxen in task #6. Peibo is Arthur's mother Onbrawst's great grandfather. Arthur's brother by his mother's side; the Penhynev of Cernyw was his father
54 digon mab alar Digon the son of Alar unknown
55 selyf mab sinoit Selyf the son of Smoit unknown
56 gusc mab atheu Gusg the son of Atheu unknown
57 nerth mab kedarn Nerth the son of Kedarn unknown
59 thwrch mab perif Twrch the son of Perif scribal error
60 thwrth mab annwas Twrth the son of Annwas scribal error
62 Sel mab selgi Sel the son of Selgi unknown
63 theregut mab Jaen Teregud the son of Iaen Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side: Caerdathal is the residence of Math ab Mathonwy, and is in Caernarvonshire, and crowns the summit of all eminence near Llanrwst.
64 sulyen mab Jaen Sulyen the son of Iaen Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side:
65 bratwen mab Jaen Bradwen the son of Iaen Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side:
66 Moren mab Jaen Moren the son of Iaen Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side:
67 Siawn mab Jaen Siawn the son of Iaen Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side:
68 chradawc mab Jaen Cradawc the son of Iaen. Fake Uther connection The man of Caerdathal, of Arthur's kindred on his father's side:
69 Dirmyc mab kaw Dirmyg the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
70 Justic mab kaw Justic the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
71 etmic mab kaw Etmic the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
72 angawd mab kaw Anghawd the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
73 ouan mab kaw Ovan the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
74 chelin mab kaw Kelin the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
75 chonnyn mab kaw Connyn the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
76 mabsant mab kaw Mabsant the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
77 gwyngat mab kaw Gwyngad the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
78 Llwybyr mab kaw Llwybyr the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
79 choth mab kaw Coth the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
80 meilic mab kaw Meilic the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
82 ardwyat mab kaw Ardwyad the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
83 ergyryat mab kaw Ergyryad the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
84 neb mab kaw Neb the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
86 chalcas mab Kaw Calcas the son of Kaw Use of Kaw for no father
89 theleessin penn beird Taliesin the chief of the bards Taliesin later on
90 mamawydan mab Llyr Manawyddan the son of Llyr Mytholgical This chieftain Manawyddan the son of Llyr figures is in Triad 38 (8)
91 Llary mab kasnar wledic Llary the son of Prince Kasnar Mytholgical
96 gwynn mab nwyvre Gwynn the son of Nwyvre unknown
97 fflam mab nwyvre Fflam the son of Nwyvre unknown
103 hyueid un Llenn Hyveidd Unllenn unknown
105 reidwn arwy Reidwn Arwy unknown
107 Llawnrodet uaruawc Llawnrodded Varvawc Mythological Triad 85. Accordingly we find that Llawnrodded Varvawc is figured in those curious records, as one of the three Tribe Herdsmen of the Island of Britain.
108 nodawl varyf twrch Nodawl Boar Beard unknown
110 reidwn mab beli Rheidwn the son of Beli Rheidwn the son of Eli Atver Killed by the boar Twrch Trwyth at Cwmcerwyn (also Tarawg of Allt Clwyd (not in court list)
111 Jscouan hael Iscovan Hael Iscovan the Generous Killed by the boar Twrch Trwyth at Cwmcerwyn
168 Garselit wydel Garselit Wyddel Garselit the Irishman the chief huntsman of Ireland". Killed by the boar Cwmcerwyn.
140 glwydyn saer Glwyddyn Saer archetect of Arthur killed by the boar Twrch Trwyth at Cwmcerwyn, also Huandaw, and Gogigwr, and Penpingon, three attendants upon Glewlwyd Gavaelvawr, who constructed Ehangwen, Arthur's Hall
112 Jscawin mab panon Iscawin the son of Panon unknown
116 uchtryt mab erim Uchtryd the son of Erim runner
117 eus mab erim Eus the son of Erim runner
118;42 henwas adeinawc mab erim Henwas Adeinawg the son of Erim runner same as 42 annwas adeinawc (no four-footed beast could run the distance of an acre, much less could it go beyond it
119 henbetestyr mab erim Henbedestyr the son of Erim runner there was not any one who could keep pace, either on horseback or on foot
120 Sgilti yscawntroet mab erim Sgilti Yscawndroed the son of Erim runner when he intended to go upon a message for his Lord, he never sought to find a path, but knowing whither he was to go, if his way lay through a wood he went along the tops of the trees. During his whole life, a blade of reed grass bent not beneath his feet, much less did one ever break, so lightly did he tread.
121 Teithi hen mab gwynhan Teithi Hen the son of Gwynhan unknown his dominions were swallowed up by the sea, and he himself hardly escaped, and he came to Arthur; and his knife had this peculiarity, that from the time that he came there no haft would ever remain upon it, and owing to this a sickness came over him, and he pined away during the remainder of his life, and of this he died
122 charnedyr mab gouynyon hen Carneddyr the son of Govynyon Hen unknown
125 gwrbothu hen Gwrbothu Hen unknown uncles unto Arthur were they his mother's brothers)
126 Kuluanawyt mab goryon Kulvanawyd the son of Goryon unknown
128 dyuynwal moel Dyvynwal Moel unknown Teyrnon Twryf Bliant King of Britain, and the first lawgiver whom the nation boasts,
130 Teirnon twryf bliant Teirnon Twryf Bliant Mytholgical
131 thecuan gloff Tegvan Gloff unknown
132 thegyr talgeLlawc Tegyr Talgellawg unknown
133 Gwrdiual mab ebrei Gwrdinal the son of Ebrei unknown
134 morgant hael Morgant Hael northern king with Urien later Three Red Ravagers of the Island of Britain:Arthur, and Rhun son of Beli, and Morgant the Wealthy.
138 Drem vab dremidyt Drem the son of Dremidyd unknown when the gnat arose in the morning with the sun, he could see it from Gelli Wic in Cernyw, as far off as Pen Blathaon in North Britain
141 Kynyr nuaruawc Kynyr Keinvarvawc unknown when he was told he had a son born he said to his wife, 'Damsel, if thy son be mine, his heart will be always cold, and there will be no warmth in his hands; and he will have another peculiarity, if he is my son he will always be stubborn; and he will have another peculiarity, when he carries a burden, whether it be large or small, no one will be able to see it, either before him or at his back; and he will have another peculiarity, no one will be able to resist fire and water so well as he will; and he will have another peculiarity, there will never be a servant or an officer equal to him'
142 Hen was Henwyneb unknown an old companion to Arthur).
143 hen wyneb Gwallgoyc unknown when he came to a town, though there were three hundred houses in it, if he wanted anything, he would not let sleep come to the eyes of any one whilst he remained there
144 GwaLlgoyc Berwyn the son of Gerenhir unknown
145 Berwyn mab gerenhir Paris king of France scribal error
151 reu rwyddyrys Rheu Rhwyd Dyrys unknown
152 run rudwern Rhun Rhudwern unknown
155 Llwydeu mab kelcoet Llwyddeu the son of Kelcoed Mythological Llwyd mab Cil Coet
157 gwynn gotyfron Gwynn Godyvron unknown mentioned in the dialogue between Arthur, Kai, and Glewlwyd:"Who is the Porter?
159 gweir mab kadeLl mab tal aryant Gweir the son of Cadell the son of Talaryant unknown
161 gweir baladyr hir Gweir Paladyr Hir unknown the uncles of Arthur
166 gwyLlennhin brenhin ffreinc William the Congueror !!! scribal error Gwll? Brenin (king)
172 Keli chueli Keli Kueli not a person could be Gelliwig
173 gilla goes hyd Gilla Coes Hydd special skills Gillla the leaper he would clear three hundred acres at one bound: the chief leaper of Ireland was he
174 Sol Sol special skills Sol, could stand on one foot he could stand all day upon one foot
175 gwadyn ossol Gwadyn Ossol special skills Gwadyn Ossol, stomp down the ground if he stood upon the top of the highest mountain in the world, it would become a level plain under his feet
176 gwadyn odyeith Gwadyn Odyeith special skills Gwadyn Odyeith, fire starter the soles of his feet emitted sparks of fire when they struck upon things hard, like the heated mass when drawn out of the forge. He cleared the way for Arthur when he came to any stoppage
177 Hir erwm hir atrwm Hirerwm Hiratrwm absurd skill The day these two went on a visit three Cantrevs provided for their entertainment, and they feasted until noon and drank until night, when they went to sleep. And then they devoured the heads of the vermin through hunger, as if they had never eaten anything. When they made a visit they left neither the fat nor the lean, neither the hot nor the cold, the sour nor the sweet, the fresh nor the salt, the boiled nor the raw
178 Huarwar mab aflawn Huarwar the son of Aflawn unknown who asked Arthur such a boon as would satisfy him. It was the third great plague of Cernyw when he received it. None could get a smile from him but when he was satisfied
179;165 Gware gwaLlt euryn Gware Gwallt Euryn. Mythological Gwri Wallt Euryn (golden hair); duplicate Gwrvan Gwallt Avwyn In the First Branch of the Mabingnogion he turns out to be Rhiannon's son who disappeared after being born and later renamed as Pryderi. Can be asscoaited with Eidoel the son of Aer whom Arthur rescued from Glivi's castle (Glywys, grandfather of St. Cadog) son of Pwyll and Rhianon
180 gwydrut astrus Gwyddrud Astrus Mythological Born from the a magical female dog Rhymhi who lived in Aber Deu Cleddyf cub of Gast Rhymi
181 gwydneu astrus Gwyddneu Astrus Mythological Born from the a magical female dog Rhymhi who lived in Aber Deu Cleddyf cub of Gast Rhymi
182 Sugyn mab sucnedyd Sugyn the son of Sugnedydd Mythological who would suck up the sea on which were three hundred ships so as to leave nothing but a dry strand. He was broad-chested
183 Racymwri Rhacymwri the attendant of Arthur (whatever barn he was shown, were there the produce of thirty ploughs within it, he would strike it with an iron flail until the rafters, the beams, and the boards were no better than the small oats in the mow upon the floor of the barn
184 dygyflwng anoeth ueidawc Dygyflwng Anoeth Veidawg
190 yskyrdaf Yskyrdav servant of Arthur attendant of Gwenhwyvar were they. Their feet were swift as their thoughts when bearing a message
187 Gweuyl mab gwestat Gwevyl the son of Gwestad folklore on the day that he was sad, he would let one of his lips drop below his waist, while he turned up the other like a cap upon his head
191 yscudyd Yscudydd Folklore father of Glew attendant of Gwenhwyvar were they. Their feet were swift as their thoughts when bearing a message
192 Brys uab bryssethach Brys the son of Bryssethach Folklore Brosc, an Irish leader, in Vita from the Hill of the Black Fernbrake in North Britain
193 Grudlwyn gorr Grudlwyn Gorr. Folklore Dwarf Rudlwm Gorr ,Teacher of an enchanter, son of Collurery as the author of one of the Three Great Enchantments of the Island of the Britain
194 Bwlch Bwlch legend the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlch, the grandsons of Cleddyf Difwlch the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlchth, the grandsons of Cleddyf Difwlch (Their three shields were three gleaming glitterers; their three spears were three pointed piercers; their three swords were three grinding gashers: Glas, Glessic, and Gleisad; their three dogs, Call, Cuall, and Cavall. Their three horses, Hwyrdyddwd, and Drwgdyddwd, and Llwyrdyddwg. Their three wives, Och, and Garym, and Diaspad; their three grandchildren, Lluched, and Neved, and Eissiwed; their three daughters, Drwg, and Gwaeth, and Gwaethav Oll; their three hand-maids
195 chyuwlch Kyfwlch legend the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlch, the grandsons of Cleddyf Difwlch the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlch
196 sefwlch Sefwlch legend the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlch, the grandsons of Cleddyf Difwlch the son of Cleddyf Kyfwlch
197 Eheubryt merch kyfwlch Eheubryd the daughter of Kyfwlch legend handmaid
198 Gorascỽrn merch nerth Gorascwrn the daughter of Nerth legend handmaid Pwyll the half-man.
199 Gwaedan merch kynuelyn keudawt Ewaedan the daughter of Kynvelyn Keudawd legend handmaid
200 Dwnn djessic unben Dwnn Diessic Unbenn unknown brown tenacious chieftain
209 Medyr vab methredyd Medyr the son of Methredydd Folklore from Gelli Wic he could, in a twinkling, shoot the wren through the two legs upon Esgeir Oervel in Ireland
210 Ol mab olwyd Ol the son of Olwydd Folklore who could cut a haw from the eye of the gnat without hurting him
211 Gwiawn lygat cath Gwiawn Llygad Cath Folklore seven years before he was born his father's swine were carried off, and when he grew up a man he tracked the swine, and brought them back in seven herds
221 Enrydrec merch tutuathar Enrydreg the daughter of Tudvathar unknown
224 Eurolwen merch wdolwyn gorr Eurolwen the daughter of Gwdolwyn Gorr. unknown
228 GwenLlian dec Gwenllian Deg Warrior Princess killed 1136 The youngest child of Gruffudd ap Cynan, King of Gwynedd, and his wife Angharad, killed in battle the majestic maiden
230 ELlylw merch neol kynn croc Ellylw the daughter of Neol Kynn-Crog Folklore she lived three ages
R9 riogan uab brenhin Jwerdon Rhiogan the son of the King of Ireland unknown
R12 Gwilim uabrwyf freinc Gwilym the son of Rhwyf Freinc unknown
R13 danet mab oth Daned the son of Ath unknown
R16 pheredur paladyr hir Peredur Paladyr Hir Perceval, Y Goddodin
R17 heueid wn llen Hyveidd Unllenn unknown
R18 thwrch mab perif Twrch the son of Perif scribal error
R19 Nerth Mab kadarn Nerth the son of Kadarn unknown
22 moren mynawc Moren Mynawc Y Goddodin later Moren, the Noble;Northern king, father of Bradwen #21
21 bratwen mab moren mynawc Bradwen the son of Moren Mynawc Y Goddodin later