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Gwynn ap Nudd

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(Southern) Welsh. A Cthonic divinity, leader of the Wild Hunt, in chase of the White Stag. Closely parallelling the Gaulish Cernunnos and British Herne, he also has affiliations with the northern Welsh Arawn.

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At last, a book devoted to Glastonbury's longest known resident
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.