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Celtic Welsh - God & Goddess Names

Arianrhod | goddess whose name means "silver wheel" (i.e., the moon)

Blodeuwedd | a maiden of flowers created to be the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes

Branwen | the daughter of Llyr

Dewi | god who was represented by the Red Dragon, which has become the emblem of Wales

Don | mother goddess; the Welsh equivalent of the Irish Danu

Govannon | god of smiths & metalworkers

Gwynn ap Nudd | god of the Underworld

Lleu Llaw Gyffes | god who is the Welsh equivalent of the Irish Lugh

Llyr | god of the sea

Mabon | this son of Modron was a warrior

Math ap Mathonwy | god of sorcery

Modron | goddess whose name means "divine mother"

Pryderi | son of Pwyll and Rhiannon

Pwyll | he was the Prince of Dyfed and a hero in the Mabinogion

Rhiannon | the wife of Pwyll

Taliesin | a renown bard whose name means "shining brow"

Related Information - More Celtic Mythology Names


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