Definition of Manawyddan

1. Noun. Celtic sea god; son of Llyr.

Exact synonyms: Manawydan
Geographical relationships: Cambria, Cymru, Wales
Generic synonyms: Celtic Deity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manawyddan

Man U
Man United
Man Upstairs
Man in Black
Man of the Match
Managua
Manal
Manam
Manama
Manannan
Manannan mac Lir
Manaus
Manawydan
Manawyddan (current term)
Manc
Manchego
Manchester
Manchester terrier
Manchestrian
Manchu
Manchu dynasty
Manchukuo
Manchuria
Manchurian
Manchurian candidate
Manchurian candidates

Literary usage of Manawyddan

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1. The Age of Chivalry by Thomas Bulfinch (1901)
"Now Manawyddan returned from the war in Ireland, and he found that his cousin had seized all his possessions, and much grief and heaviness came upon him. ..."

2. The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from the World's by Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl, Donald Grant Mitchell (1899)
"(Prom " The Mabinogion.") TRANSLATED BY LADY CHARLOTTE GUEST. Now Manawyddan, when he set out to return to ..."

3. Age of Chivalry; Or, King Arthur and His Knights by Thomas Bulfinch (1900)
"Now Manawyddan returned from the war in Ireland, and he found that his cousin had seized all his possessions, and much grief and heaviness came upon him. ..."

4. The Mabinogion by Charlotte Schreiber, Charlotte Guest (1906)
"Manawyddan THE SON OF LLYR HERE IS THE THIRD PORTION OF THE MABINOGI WHEN the seven men of whom we spoke above had buried the head of ..."

5. Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of Principles by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"Then began Manawyddan and Rhiannon to sit and talk together. ... And Manawyddan began to make housings, and he gilded and colored them with blue enamel, ..."

6. The Mabinogion: From the Llyfr Coch O Hergest, and Other Ancient Welsh by Charlotte Schreiber, Mabinogion (1849)
"... Manawyddan gazed upon the town of London, and upon his companions, and heaved a great sigh; and much grief and heaviness came upon him. ..."

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