Women’s Welsh names

Vanaja

Gvenhviver

– white and smooth

Gvineira

– white as snow

Gwyneth

– luck, happiness

Gvledus

– ruler

Generis

– white lady

Glenda

– pure good

Glenys

– holy, pure

Glynis

– holy, pure

Glodus

– ruler

Glow

– rain

Gladys

– ruler

Glenis

– holy, pure

G├╝endolen

– white ring

Gwyneth

– happiness

Dvin

– fair, holy, white

Dvinven

– fair, holy, white

Dvinvin

– fair, holy, white

Delvin

– fair

Sharing

– pretty

Derin

– bird

Diilis

– genuine, stable, true

Dilven

– really blessed

Dilis

– genuine, stable, true

Igraine

– name of the mother of King Arthur

Isbeyl

– god – my oath

Cadi

– pure

Creaddill

– thirst of the heart

Christine

– follower of Christ

Karis

– love

Karon

– love

Catherine

– pure

Lleulu

– easy

Llinos

– green litter

Lori

– Laurel

Luned

– idol image

Lunet

– idol image

Mallt

– mighty in battle

Mardzhed

– pearls

Maredudd

– pearls

Marie

– favorite

Megan

– pearls

Meinven

– fine and fair

Meinir

– high and thin

Meirion

– like Marius

Mererid

– sea lady

Myth

– my woman

Mifanvi

– my woman

Moden

– from Magdela

Morven

– Virgo

Morvenna

– Virgo

Morgan

– Marine Circle

Mabli

– Attractive

Maire

– l jubilee

Mali

– favorite

Merven

– favorite fair

Neris

– lady

Nest

– chaste, holy

Nesta

– chaste, holy

Nimu

– memory

Niya

– beauty, brightness

Olwen

– trail St.

Alvin

– trail St.

Alvin

– trail St.

Pedero

– beads, beads

Riennon

– great queen

Rhian

– Maid

Rhienven

– pretty maiden

Rhiannon

– great queen

Rhionon

– great queen

Rhianu

– maiden

Rhosin

– rose

R Hongwei

– holy spear

Rhementus

– romantic

Sayoned

– God is good

Soren

– star

Xian

– God is good

Siinven

– beautiful and fair, holy, white

Siri

– love

Siridven

– fair poet

Siris

– love

Sirridvin

– fair poet

Siuon

– god is good

CN

– god is good

CN

– god is good

Tarren

– from the mound

Tegwen

– blessed, holy

Tegen

– fair

Terrvin

– brave and honest

Tiwipe

– tulip

Teleyt

– Crown

Ffayon

– vine

Ffreyd

– exalted

Heledd

– mouth

Heulven

– light

Heulog

– solar

Hefina

– summer

Hilted

– estuary

Hebren

– Severn (river in England)

Hef

– summer

Hefren

– north, named river in england

Avenven

– golden and fair, holy, white

Eigir

– meaning unknown

– unknown

– rightly speaking

– secondly, during

Eilune

– idol depicted

Eir

– snow

Eirven

– white snow

Eirian

– bright, beautiful

Airlis

– snowflake

Helen

– torch, moon or secretly escape

– more than full , overflowing

Alice

– noble kind

Elien

– secondly, during

Eluneed

– idol depicted

Elaine

– deer

Emlyn

– work

Enayd

– purity or soul

Enid

– purity or soul

Enit

– purity or soul

Enfis

– rainbow

Esillt

– fair aspect

Efa

– alive, living

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