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Cymidei Cymeinfoll

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Welsh. A War-Hag, said to give birth every six weeks to a fully armed warrior. Wife to Llasar, keeper of the Cauldron of regeneration.

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Cymidei Cymeinfoll: Welsh war goddess. D. Dagda(e), Daghdha: 'good god', Irish god of fertility of the earth, father of nearly all the Irish gods, god of the druids.
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Cymidei Cymeinfoll: Welshe oorlogsgodin. D.
BRANWEN, BEOWULF, AND THE TRAGIC PEACEWEAVER TALE
he and his wife Cymidei Cymeinfoll fled from Ireland and settled in Britain.

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Cymidei Cymeinfoll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cymidei Cymeinfoll (possibly meaning pregnant in battle or big belly of battle in Welsh), is an Irish giantess mentioned in the First Branch of the Mabinogi.
Cymidei Cymeinfoll, MythBeasts
Bran then securest their safety and as gratitude, the Giants give Bran the magic cauldron. Also known as Kymideu Kymeinvoll.
Cymidei Cymeinfoll - Celtnet
Cymric Goddess of the Mabinogi, Cymdei Cymeinfoll: Pregnant in Battle.
Celtic Gods and Goddesses
CYMIDEI CYMEINFOLL, (Welsh) [KEEM-ud-day KEEM-een-vol] Her name means 'big belly of battle.
crowcult - spikeyface
This couple were called Cymidei Cymeinfoll 'Pregnant/Bloated with Battle' and her husband Llasar Llaesgyfnewid 'Flame ....'.