Gwynn ap Nudd
Copyright © 1994 by The Troth.
The Master of the Wild Hunt, the Welsh Guardian of the Dark Portals of the Underworld. He rode the Night in a flowing grey cloak upon a pale horse following his Hounds called Cwn Annwn (very large, white with red tipped ears). They would seek out and collect souls.
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- Glastonbury, the Isle of Avalon By Linda Baker I approach the
- unexpectedly encountered the King of Faery, Gwynn ap Nudd (pronounced Neeth). The king The name, Gwynn ap Nudd, is Celtic for 'White Child of the Night'.
- Four branches/Mabinogi.qxd
- where they are described as being confined within the person of Gwyn ap Nudd ' lest this world be destroyed' (re: pp. 166).
- Joseph Holbrooke
- subtitled The Song of Gwyn ap Nudd who was a king in Welsh mythology. In fact, several of his works are called Poems viz. 1.
- EDEL SEI DER UND GUT MENSCH HILFSREICH
- OF GWYN AP NUDD SHRED HIS MEN'S SOULS! NAY, I WOULD HAVE NO QUALMS. OH MY BETROTHÉD.
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- Folklore, tales and legends in Glastonbury
- Local legends say that it is the home of Gwyn ap Nudd, the Lord of the Underworld and King of the Fairies.
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- Gwyn ap Nudd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Gwyn ap Nudd is a Welsh mythological figure, the king of the Tylwyth Teg or "fair folk" and ruler of the Welsh Otherworld, Annwn.
- Gwyn ap Nudd and St. Collen
- St. Collen and Gwyn ap Nudd Hafod 16.
- Celtic Gods and Goddesses
- Also: Gwynn ap Nudd. deity hr. god GWYTHUR AP GWREIDWL, (Welsh) Opposite and rival deity of Gwyn ap Nuad.
- Gwyn ap Nudd
- Gwyn ap Nudd GWIN ahp Niğ (or Nüğ)* (ğ=th in "leather"). Welsh: gwyn: "white" but with the connotations of "fair," and "blessed" or "holy.
- Gwynn ap Nudd
- Mar 3, 1997 The south-Welsh god of the underworld. He abducted Creiddylad when she eloped with Gwythr ap Greidawl.