Arawn


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Celtic deity who was the lord of Annwfn (the other world or the land of fairies)

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Interview with Arawn Eibhlyn, June 27, 1991, San Francisco.
LLANUWCHLLYN RESULTS Entry Year Solo: 1 Lowri Jarman, Llanuwchllyn Pre school Solo: 1 Arawn Dylan Morys, Pontllyfni Solo Yrs 1 & 2: 1 Gwenno Trow, Llanuwchllyn Solo Yrs.
By that time Hedd, now two and a half or Arawn, now six months old, Eurig's sons with his partner Sin - or both - will be the sixth generation at Pentrefelin.
Twins Telor and Arawn,of Rhostryfan, try to round up this stubborn sheep down on the farm.
Pwyll's encounter with Lord Arawn sets him on a path where first they swap identities and then Pwyll kills a local villain in order to marry post-feminist trouser-wearing Rhiannon, poisoning his rival and two of his henchmen with sodium pentobarbital slipped into the caramel frappuccino in Starbucks.
He said: "In the first story there is an incident where the character Pwll meets Arawn, king of the other world.
Another says its origins lie in Celtic mythology where Amaethon, the Welsh God of Agriculture, stole from Arawn, Lord of the Underworld.
Blodeuwedd, the woman created out of flowers; Pwyll, the Prince of Dyfed; Arawn, the ruler of Annwn (the underworld) and Hafgan, Arawn's enemy, are among the characters featured in the collection of Welsh tales.
Legend has it that Amaethon, the mythical God of agriculture, stole a lapwing from Arawn, Lord of the Otherworld, and this act led to the battle of Cad Goddeu.