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Welsh Names

Welsh has developed separately from the other Celtic languages and many names are unique to it despite a general similarity towards Scottish and Irish Gaelic. After the Reformation, biblical names became common and as surnames had not yet become settled, contributed to these as well.

By the C16th, names of English origin accounted for around 80% of women mentioned in documents. The most popular were Catherine, Elizabeth, Elen, Jane, Margaret, and Mary but others occurred.

Naming Patterns

Children were traditionally named after members of the family but the order could be varied, particularly if someone had recently died.
Eldest son paternal grandfather
Eldest daughter maternal grandmother
Second son maternal grandfather
Second daughter paternal grandmother
Third son father
Third daughter mother
Additional children uncles and aunts

Welsh Names of Celtic Origin

Male

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

Meaning

Abloc    
Ada    
Adaf    
Addonwy    
Aed, Aedd Aeddan, Aeddon 'fire'
Aelhaiarn    
Aeron    
Afan    
Agned    
Aled    
Amig    
Anarand    
Anarawd    
Aneirin, Aneurin Neirin, Nye -

nar, 'noble/modest?'

Anian, Anion    
Arcol    
Arddur    
Afon    
Arhtudd    
Arianvagyl    
Arllechwedd    
Armagil    
Armel    
Arthawd    
Arthen    
Arvan    
Arvor    
Arwel    
Arwyn    
Arwystli    
Asaph    
Atha, Athan    
Athrywys    
Awen    
Baden, Badham?    
Barnic    
Barruc    
Bedo    
Beli    
Berwyn    
Beuno    
Blaen    
Bleddig    
Bledri    
Blegwyrd    
Bleddyn, Blethin, Blethint    
Bleuddydd    
Bradwen    
Bran    
Branoc    
Branwaladr    
Brioc    
Brochmael    
Brochwel    
Brude    
Brychan, Brugyn?   speckled
Bryn   hill
Brynach    
Brynmor   hill + great
Buban    
Cabal, Caval, Cafal    
Cadarn    
Cadel, Cadell  

‘cad’ battle

Cadfael    
Cadfan, Cadfannan    
Cadlew    
Cadwaladr, Cadwaladyr, Cadwalader   'battle' + gwaladr 'leader'
Cadwallon    
Cadwgan, Cadwgawn, Cadogan, Cadugan   'battle' + gwogawn 'glory, honour'
Cai   May be Latin 'Gaius/Caius)
Caradog, Caradoc  

car 'love'

Carannog    
Carantoc, Carentoc    
Caron    
Carwyn, Caerwyn  

caer 'fort' or car 'love' + white/fair

Catoc, Cattwg, Catwg    
Cedifor, Cydifor, Kedivor    
Cedig    
Ceidio    
Cein, Kane    
Ceinlys    
Cemlyn    
Cenydd, Kened, Keneth, Kyned    
Cledwyn  

caled 'hard/rough' + white

Centwin    
Ceredig    
Ceri    
Cewydd    
Cian    
Ciaran    
Cibno    
Cilydd    
Cini    
Cirdan    
Clais    
Clether    
Clydno    
Clydog, Clodock    
Colan, Collen    
Coll    
Collvrewi    
Collwyn, Gollwyn    
Congar    
Cornan    
Coudeu    
Cradoc    
Cuhelyn    
Cunvelyn    
Curig, Cwrig    
Cwenarth    
Cwna    
Cybi, Cuby    
Cyfeiliog    
Cyfnerth    
Cyfulch    
Cygnar    
Cymran    
Cynddelw, Candalo? Candalou?   ‘high’? + delw 'image/statue'
Cynaethwy    
Cynan    
Cyndcyrn    
Cyndeyrn    
Cyndylan    
Cynfan, Cynfyn    
Cynfarch    
Cynfre    
Cyngar    
Cyngen    
Cynhaern    
Cynhafal    
Cynog    
Cynrain    
Cynri    
Cynstenian    
Cynvelyn    
Cynwal    
Cynwric, Cynwrig, Kenneric, Kenuric    
Cynyr, Kenyr    
Daind    
Dallben    
Dallwyr    
Daronwy    
Decuman    
Dei, Deio, Daio   'to shine'
Defi    
Deheuwynt, Dehewint    
Derfel    
Derwyn    
Digat    
Dilwyn   'true' + 'white'
Dinan    
Dincat, Dingad    
Docco    
Doged    
Dogfael, Dogwel    
Dogmael    
Drych    
Drystan, Drust, Trystan   Tristan
Drywon    
Dubric    
Dunawd    
Dwyai    
Dyfan, Duvan    
Dyfnallt    
Dyfnwal    
Dyfrig    
Dynawd    
Dylan   'sea'?
Edar    
Edenewen, Edeneweyn, Edenowen, Ednowain    
Edern    
Ednyfed, Edynfed, Edenevet    
Edryd    
Efwr    
Eian    
Eideff    
Eidiol    
Eidyn    
Eifion    
Eilir    
Einion, Einon, Einwys, Einws Einiawn, Eynon    
Elad    
Elfed    
Elffin    
Elfodd    
Elgan    
Elidyr    
Elis, Elisa, Elise    
Elisedd    
Eliud    
Eliver    
Eltut    
Elusdan    
Elwyn    
Elystan    
Emyr    
Ener    
Enodoc    
Eogen    
Ermel    
Ernan, Ernin    
Erthgi    
Eryl    
Eudaf    
Euddogwy    
Eurig    
Euros    
Eurwyn    
Fagan    
Ffernfael    
Ffinan    
Ffwc    
Gahariet    
Garel    
Gareth, Garath    
Garin    
Gdarn    
Gelhi    
Gerlad    
Gerwyn    
Gethin, Gethun, Gethen   'swarthy'
Girioel    
Gladus    
Glanmor    
Glyn, Glynn   'valley'
Glyndwr, Glendower   'valley' + dwr 'water'
Glywys    
Gogan, Gwgan, Gwogan, Gwygn? Gwegon?    
Golistan    
Goronwy Gronow, Gronw, Gron, Groneu, Grono, Gronoe, Gronou  
Gorthyn    
Gortigern    
Govan    
Graid    
Gruffudd, Gruffydd, Gryffid, Gryffri, Gryffry, Gryffyd, Griffid, Griffin, Griffith, Griffri, Griffry, Grippiud Guto, Gutun, Gutyn, Griff ? + 'prince/lord'
Gryg    
Guinedoc    
Guinier    
Gundlei    
Gurgeneu, Gurgenu, Gwrgenau    
Gwaednerth    
Gwalchmai  

gwalch 'hawk' + ma’ 'plain'

Gwanon    
Gwarddur    
Gwyn, Gwin, Gwion, Gwyon Wyn, Win, Wion, Wyon, Wynn, Wynne   white/fair/pure
Gwenabwy    
Gwenfaen    
Gwengad    
Gwennarth    
Gwenwynwyn    
Gwraid    
Gwrfelling    
Gwrgant    
Gwriad    
Gwynedd   From the placename
Gwythyr, Gwythur, Gwydyr   'victor'
Gwrien, Gwern, Gwaren    
Gwrthefyr, Gwefrfawr    
Gwrthmwl    
Gwyar, Gwair    
Gwyddnaw    
Gwydion    
Gwyleged    
Gwynfardd    
Gwynllyw, Gwynllw, Wooloo    
Gwynnog, Winnoc    
Havgan    
Heddwyn   'peace' + 'white'
Hefin, Hewyn? Hywn?    
Heilin, Heilyn, Heylin, Heylyn   steward/wine-pourer helioe 'to prepare/wait on'?
Helig    
Henwyn    
Hova    
Howel, Howell, Hoell, Hywel, Heuil   ‘eminent’
Huniat    
Hwfa    
Hyfaidd    
Ial    
Ianto    
Idenerth, Idnerth    
Idris, Idriys, Idriss  

iud 'lord' + ris 'ardent, impulsive'

Idwal   'lord' + gwal 'rampart'
Ieuaf    
Illog    
Illtud, Illtyd   'multitude' + 'people'
Iorwerth, Iarward, Iarword, Ioreword, Yeorathe, Yerward, Yorath Iolo, Iolyn

ior 'lord' + berth 'handsome'

Isell    
Islwyn   'below' + 'grove' (mountain in Gwent)
Issui    
Ithael, Ithel    
Iudhael, Iudhail    
Junabui?    
Kevenard    
Leget    
Lifris    
Llaw    
Lleision    
Lleu   'bright/shining'
Llew   'lion'
Lleyn    
Llifion    
Llion    
Llud    
Llygad    
Llyr    
Llwyd, Lloyd, Lloid   'grey'
Llywarch, Lowarch  

lugu 'bright' + marcos 'horse'

Llywel Llywelyn, Lewelyn, Lewelin, Llewelyn Llelo, Lelo, Lyn, Lin? (Lewys, Lewis) 'bright/shining' + ?
Lythan    
Mbabane, Mabane  

mab 'son'

Madog, Madoc, Madock, Madok, Moaidog?    
Mador    
Madyn, Madin, Mady    
Maredudd, Meredudd, Meredith, Mereduth   ? + iudd 'lord'
Math, Matho, Mathonwy    
Maugan, Morgan    
Maelgwn, Mailcon    
Medwyn    
Maelon    
Mahel    
Maioc    
Maldwyn    
Manhogan    
Marchlew    
Meilin, Mellon?    
Meilyr, Meilur, Meiler, Meyler   OC Maglorix, 'chief + ruler'
Meirchion, Merchiaun, Meriaun, Merin    
Melfyn    
Menwaed    
Merfyn, Mervin, Marvin, Mervyn, Mefin?  

mer 'marrow' + myn 'eminent'

Mewin, Méen?    
Morcant, Morgant, Morgan  

Cant 'circle/completion'

Morfran    
Morgenau    
Morial    
Moriddig, Moridic, Morydic    
Moried    
Morien    
Morlais    
Morvran    
Mostyn   OE placename 'moss' + 'enclosure'
Mynyddog    
Myrrdin, Merddin, Merlin   'sea' + 'hill/fort'
Nai    
Nath    
Nectan    
Neddig    
Nefydd    
Neilyn    
Nerthaid    
Nidan, Nidian    
Nwython    
Osmail    
Owen, Owein, Owain, Uwain   OC ‘Esos’ or from Eugene?
Pabo    
Padarn    
Paluc    
Pebwyr    
Pecham    
Pedrog    
Peithan    
Pendaran    
Piran, Piro    
Pryderi, Peredur   'caring for/anxiety'
Pwyll    
Pyr, Pur    
Rhiwallon, Rhywallan    
Rhodri Rhod

rhod 'wheel' + rhi 'king'

Rhufon    
Rhun    
Rhydderch, Rydderch, Rudderch, Prydderch?   'reddish-brown' (Roderick)
Rhydian

   
Rhygifarch, Rhygyvarch, Rhigyfarch    
Rhys, Rees, Reys, Res, Reis, Prys?   'ardour'
Ryrid, Ryryd, Ririd, Rhiryd, Rhirid, Rerid    
Sadynfyw    
Seiriol, Seriol    
Seithennin    
Selyf    
Senyllt    
Sulbiu    
Sulgan    
Suliau    
Sulien    
Suluc    
Sywno    
Talfryn   'high hill'
Taliesin   'shining brow'
Talorg, Talore    
Tangusius    
Tathal    
Tathan    
Tecan    
Tegerin    
Tegwared, Tegwaret    
Teilo    
Terfel    
Teulyddog    
Trahaearn, Trahaern, Trahearn   ? + haern 'iron'
Trefor, Trevor  

tref 'settlement' + mawr 'large'

Tremerig    
Trillo    
Tudfwlch, Tydfwlch, Tudwal, Tugdual    
Tudur, Tudyr, Tudor, Tewdwr   OC Teutorix 'people ruler '
Tungyr    
Twynnell    
Tyfid    
Tysilio, Tisilio    
Urfai    
Urien, Uren   OC orbo 'privileged' + gen 'birth'?
Vaughan  

fychan 'small'

Wid    
Wigan    
Ysfael    
Ystrwyth    
Wyndod    

Female

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

Origin and Meaning

Aderyn    
Adwen    
Aeron, Aeronwen, Aeronwy, Agrona   Agrona, goddess of battle and slaughter
Almedha    
Angharad, Angharat, Angharawd, Anarawd   ‘great love’?
Annwyl, Anwyl   'beloved'
Anwen, Anwyn    
Aranrhod, Arianrhod   'huge/round' + 'wheel’? moon goddess?
Aregwedd    
Arian, Ariana   'silver'
Arianwen   'silver' + 'white/fair'
Arwenna, Arwyn    
Blodeuedd, Blodeuwedd, Blodwedd  

‘blawd’ flowers

Blodwen, Blodyn  

‘blawd’ - flowers + ‘gwyn’ white

Branwen  

‘raven + white/fair’

Bethan?    
Briant    
Bronwen  

breast + white

Cain, Keyne   ‘cain’ fair/lovely
Cainwen, Ceinwen, Ceinwin   ‘cain’ fair/lovely + white/holy
Caris, Carys, Caryse, Caru, Cerys   - ‘car’ love
Cathwg    
Ceridwen, Ceridwyn, Keridwen Ceri, Cerian?

cerdd poetry + gwen white

Ciara  

'dark/black'

Collwen    
Creirdyddlydd    
Creirwy    
Delwyn, Delwen  

pretty + white

Delyth   ‘del’ pretty
Deryn  

Bird?

Dilwen  

true + white

Dilys, Dylis  

dil’ steadfast/true

Donwen, Dunwen    
Duddug    
Dudgech, Dugech    
Duthgy    
Dwynwen Dwyn  
Dyddgu    
Eduduwel    
Eiddwen, Eddwen, Eithwen  

‘eiddun’ desirous/fond + white/fair

Eifiona, Efa?    
Eilonwy    
Eilwen    
Einir    
Einwys    
Eirawyn, Eirwen Eira

snow + white

Eirian    
Eiron    
Eirlys    
Eleri, Teleri Leri? ‘alar’ surfeit?
Eldrydd    
Ellyw    
Eluned, Eiluned, Elined, Elunded Luned, Lunet, Lunete

Lynette?

Elwern?    
Enfys  

‘rainbow’

Enid, Enith    
Eoghania    
Erdiduwol, Erdudfyl    
Esyllt    
Ewerich?    
Ffion    
Ffraid, Fraid, Brigit    
Gaynor, Gaenor  

‘cain’ beautiful + ‘gwyry’ maiden

Generis, Generys    
Geneth, Genilles, Genithles    
Glesig    
Glesni    
Gladys, Gwladys, Gwladus, Gwladyse, Wladusa, Wladus    
Glenda, Glenia  

‘glan’ pure/holy + ‘da’ good

Glenys, Glynis  

‘glan’ pure/holy

Gwen, Wen  

white/pure

Gwenda  

white/pure + good

Gwendolen, Gwenddolen    
Gwenddyd    
Gweneal    
Gweneth, Gwineth, Gwyneth  

‘gwenith’ wheat?

Gwenfrewi, Wenefred, Winefride, Winifred  

white + reconciliation

Gwenhoen    
Gwenhwyfar, Gwenhwyvar, Gwenever  

white/fair + hwyfar smooth/soft

Gwenllian, Gwenlliana, Gwenllyan, Wenllyan, Wentliana, Wentlian, Wentlyan, Wentlyana  

white/fair + ‘lliant’ flow/flood

Gwennis    
Gwerful, Gwerfyl, Gwervyl, Gweirful, Gweirfyl, Wervilla, Wervela, Wervill  

‘gwair’ bend/ring + ‘mul’ shy/modest

Gwerith, Gwerydd    
Gwir, Wir    
Gwledyr, Wledir, Wledyr, Wladur    
Gwynedd, Gwyneth    
Habren, Hafren    
Heddus    
Heledd, Hyledd   C7th princess
Heulwen    
Hunydd, Hunith    
Hylin    
Indeg    
Iwerydd    
Languareth    
Lleucu, Lleyke, Llyke, Leweke, Leuke, Lewke    
Llewelydd, Lewelyth Lleulu?  
Llinos    
Llio    
Llion, Lona    
Lynwen    
Maderun, Madrun, Materiana?    
Maelona    
Mai    
Mairona, Mairwen, Meirwen    
Medi    
Meinir    
Meinwen  

‘main’ slender + ‘gwen’ white/fair

Meiriona, Meirionwen, Meironwen  

fem of Meirion

Melangell    
Meleri    
Menefreda    
Menna    
Meridaun    
Meriel, Muriel    
Minver    
Miren    
Mona    
Morfudd    
Morfyl, Morvel    
Morgwen    
Morud    
Morvith, Morvyth, Morwid, Morwith    
Morwenna, Morwen, Morwyn  

maiden

Mwyan    
Myfanwy, Myvanwy, Mevanwy, Mevanou? Myff

‘benyw/menyw’ woman

Nerys  

‘ner’ lord?

Nia    
Ninnocha    
Nona, Nonna Nonnita  
Olwedd    
Olwen  

‘ol’ footprint/track + ‘gwen’

Perweur    
Rannilt    
Rhiain    
Rhiainfellt    
Rhiannon   Rigantona ‘great queen
Rhianwen    
Rhona    
Rhonda    
Rhonwen    
Rhoswen    
Sanan    
Tangwystl, Tangwystli, Tangwistel, Tanglust    
Tegwen  

‘teg’ fair/lovely + ‘gwen’

Tirion  

kind/gentle

Tudgech    
Tydfil, Tydfill, Tudful    

Welsh names of Biblical Origin

Male

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form

Andras   Andrew
Dafydd Dewi, Dai Dewydd, Daff, Taff, Taph, Taffy, Deykin, Deyo, Dio David
Deiniol, Deinol   Daniel
Iaco, Iago, Iagov, Yago, Yagov   James/Jacob
Ieuan, Ievan, Iowan, Evan, Efan, Euan, Iefan, Ifan, Iwan, Siôn, Sionym, Yevan   John
Iockin, Iockyn, Iocyn   Jock?
Meical Meic Michael
Mihangel, Wasmihangel   Michael the Archangel
Pedr   Peter
Sawel, Sawyl, Safwyl   Samuel
Siencyn, Jenn   Jenkin (John)
Steffan   Stephan
Tomos   Thomas
Wasdewy, Gwasdewi   'Follower of David?'

Female

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form

Madlen   Magdalen
Mair, Meir, Mari   Mary
Sian, Siani, Shanee, Sarn, Shan, Sioned   Jane
Swisan   Susan

Welsh Names of Greek Origin

Male

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form/Meanings

Emrys   Ambrose
Geraint, Gereint, Geriant   Gk geron old man'?
Phelip   Philip
Sior, Siors, Siorys   George
Tewdws, Tudur   Theodore (or Celtic 'Teutorix')

Female

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form

Catrin   Katherine
Elen, Elin, Elyn   Helen or ‘elen’, nymph
Elena, Elenor, Elynor   Eleanor
Mared, Marged, Marured, Mererid Megan, Meghan Margaret
Nest, Nesta, Annest?   Agnes

Welsh Names of Latin Origin

Male

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form

Awstin Awst Augustine
Bened, Benet   Benedict
Colm   Columba
Donat    
Emlyn, Amlyn?   Emilian?
Eugein   Eugene?
Ffrancis   Francis
Folant   Valentine
Grigor   Gregory
Iestin, Iestyn   Justin
Ilar   Hilary
Meirion   Lat Marianus
Meurig, Meurik, Meurix, Meuryk, Meuric, Meurice, Mouric, Moris, Morys, Meirig? Mirick?   Maurice
Padrig   Patrick
Pewlin   Paulinus?
Seissylt, Seysild, Seisyll   Lat Sextilius?
Ynyr   Lat Honorius

Female

Given Name and Variants

Diminutives

English Form

Betrys, Bettrys   Beatrice
Iestin, Jestina   Justina
Lowri, Lowry, Lora   Laura

Welsh Names of Germanic Origin

Male

Given Name and Variant

Diminutives

English Equivalent

Alun, Allin, Alyn   Alan?
Cedrych    
Gerallt    
Gwallter   Walter
Gwatcyn   Watkin (Walter)
Gwilim, Gwilym, Wilim   William
Hopcyn   Hopkin (Robert)
Huw   Hugh
Hamon    
Harri    
Ifor    
Ivo    
Rheinallt, Reynallt, Rinold   Reynold
Rhisiart, Rhicert, Ricerch   Richard
Rhobert   Robert
Rolant   Roland
Searl, Siarl   Charles
Sieffre   Geoffrey
Tewdric   Theodoric
Wmffre   Humphrey

Female

Given Name and Variant

Diminutives

English Equivalent

Caryl, Carylle   Carol
Ermin    
Maillt, Mallt   Maud

Welsh Bynames

Before Norman systems were imposed, it was usual for people to have one given name followed by a byname, usually a patronym. It was also fairly common for people to be known by a name which identified them according to their appearance, character or occupation. Sometimes these names have a different initial letter from the word from which they are derived. This is due either to mutation (v to f, p to b) or to mistakes in transcriptions by scribes more familiar with Latin or English. Men usually used the mutated form and women always did. A woman might have a byname taken from her husband’s given name or keep her own patronymic.

Nicknames

Annwyl dear/beloved
bach/vach little/endearment
balch proud
bongam/vongam bandy-legged
bras fat
brenin king
broch badger?
cadarn/gadarn strong
cam/gam lame/crooked/squinting
cethin/gethin/kethin swarthy/ugly
chwith/with/whith/wyth lefthanded/clumsy
crach/crak/grach scabby
cron round
cryg/crek/grek hoarse/stammering
cul narrow/thin
cwtta/cutta/coutta/gutta short/stingy
du/duy black
fychan/bychan/vachan little/young
glandeg handsome
glas/las blue/green
goch/coch red
grych curly
gwen fair/blessed
gwyllt wild
gwyn/wyn(m)/wen(f) white/fair
hagr ugly
hir/hyre/hire tall
ieunc junior
lleif smallest
llwyd/loyt grey
main/fain thin
mawr/fawr/maur big
melyn/felyn/velin/velyn yellow (hair)
moel/foel/voyl/voil bald
pen/ben head/chief
penbras/benbras fat-head
pengrych/pengrek/bengrek curly-head
rhwth/ruth greedy/wide
sais/seys/seis English (speaking)
teg/deg fair
tew/dew stout
Twp stupid

Occupations

coedwr woodman
crythor/crouthor(m)/crouthores(f) crwth-player
cynydd/kennith/kenith/kynith huntsman
gof/of smith
Gwas servant
meddyg/feddyg/methig doctor
melinydd/velinith/melinnith/mal miller
offeiriad/offeriot priest
pannwr/bannwr fuller
Pobydd baker
Porthmon drover
Saer carpenter
ysginydd/skynith/skinnith/skinith tailor

Welsh Surnames

The Welsh identified themselves by their patronymic preceded by 'ap' (before consonants) or 'ab' (before vowels) derived from ‘map’ or ‘mab’, meaning son (a cognate of the Gaelic ‘Mac’), or ‘verch’, daughter. The centuries of English rule have eradicated this but the genitive ‘-s’ ending to many common names and dialectic differences in diminutives have produced surnames considered typically Welsh. Most are derived from patronymics were in common use into the C16th and are still found in some rural areas as late as the mid C19th. They often retain the 'ap' element in the initial letters 'B' or 'P' - Bowen from ab Owen, Prichard from ap Richard.

By the time of surname formation, most families were using personal names of English (Norman-French) or Biblical origin and it was these that provided many of the patronymics, although some Welsh personal names do occur. The most common ten surnames accounted for over half the population of Wales. The variety was further restricted by the Welsh tendency to name children after family members.

Top Ten C19th Surnames

 

Percentage

Surname

First Name

Origin

1 13.84 Jones John Biblical
2 8.91 Williams William Norman
3 7.09 Davies David Biblical
4 5.70 Thomas Thomas Biblical
5 5.46 Evans Evan Welsh
6 3.69 Roberts Robert Norman
7 2.98 Hughes Hugh Norman
8 2.97 Lewis Llewellyn Welsh
9 2.63 Morgan Morgan Welsh
10 2.58 Griffiths Gruffydd Welsh

Modern Surnames

Abernethy Abethell Affleck Annoil Annwyl Anwell
Anwill Apsimon Bach Balch Batch Baugh
Baughan Baulch Baynham Beavan Beddoes Bedward
Bellis Belth Bengough Bengrisse Bengry Bennion
Bethell Bevan Beynam Beynon Bithell Blaeney
Blayney Blethin Bonner Boumphrey Bowen Brace
Broderick Byddir Bynyr Caddick Caddock Cadogan
Cadwalader Caffyn Carduggan Catharn Ceidiog Cnaitho
Cneitho Connah Connick Craddock Cronne Crowther
Crunn Cule Cull Cunnick Dakin Davenold
Daykin Dayos Deage Dee Devenallt Devonald
Dew Duppa Eathel Eddow Edmunds Edwards
Ethell Eynon Ffoulkes Flello Flood Floyd
Folland Fychan Gadarn Gainor Games Gethin
Gibbs Gibby Gittings Gittins Gittoes Glace
Gogh Gooch Goodge Goudge Gough Gove
Gronnah Grono Grunnah Guilt Gwalchmai Gwalchmey
Gwenlan Gwgan Gwilliam Gwilt Gwyn Gwyther
Haggar Haines Harries Harris Heaven Heyns
Hier Hire Hoells Hopkins Hoskins Humphreys
Huws Ithell James Jeavons Jenkins Jevon
Jevons Johns Jone Kedward Kendrick Kenvin
Kethin Kneath Knethell Kyffin Landeck Landeg
Laugharne Lello Lelloes Ley Leyshon Llewellyn
Llowarch Lloyd Llwyd Lougher Loyd Loyn
Mabe Maddocks Maddy Madox Mady Matthews
Mayn Mellens Melling Meyrick Morris Morse
Mostyn Moyle Nanney Nevett Onn Organ
Owen Parry Pennant Penry Philipes Poiskyn
Popkins Powell Predith Price Prichard Pritchard
Pritchett Probert Proger Prosser Prothero Pryse
Prytherch Pugh Qiult Reece Rees Reynolds
Rhiann Rhys Richards Roch Rotherough Rowlands
Rumbald Rutherch Saise Sayce Shone Siencyn
Stevens Tarvin Teague Tegg Tew Tidder
Treffgarne Treharne Trevor Trewent Tudor Tugh
Upjohn Uprichard Vane Vaughan Vawer Vayne
Voyle Wace Walters Watkins Willis Woosnam
Wynne Yorath Yorwerth Youens    

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