Enwau Cymraeg i Blant

Enwau Cymraeg i Blant / Welsh Names for Children

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 Enwau Merched Cymraeg / Welsh Girls names

Aberfa From the mouth of the river
Abertha Sacrifice
Adain Winged
Adara Catches birds
Addfwyn Gentle, meek, mild
Aderyn A bird
Aelwen Fair browed
Aelwyd From the hearth
Aeres Welsh name for heiress
Aeron Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter, Agrona
Aerona Female version of Aeron
Aeronwen Fair
Afanen Raspberry
Afon Name of a river
Alaw Water lily or Melody
Alis Welsh form of Alice
Alwen A river in Clwyd
Alwena Variant of Alwen
Amser Time
Aneira Truly golden
Angharad Free from shame / much loved
Angwen Very handsome
Anna Name of one of King Arthur’s sisters
Annwyl Beloved
Anwen Very fair or blessed
Anwyn Variant of Anwen
Aranrhod Huge round wheel
Argel Refuge
Arglwyddes Regal lady
Argoel Omen
Arial Vigorous
Arianell Silver
Arianwen White, fair, blessed, shining, holy
Arlais From the temple
Armes Prophetess
Arthes Female bear
Arwen Female version of Arwyn
Arwydd Sign
Asgre Heart
Aures Gold
Auron Gold, a divine ending
Awel Gentle breeze
Aylwen A fair brow
Banon From a word meaning queen
Begw Short form of Megan
Berth Beautiful
Berthog Wealthy
Bethan A form of Elizabeth
Betrys The blessed one
Blodeuwedd Appears like flowers
Blodeuyn Flower
Blodwen White flower
Branwen Beautiful
Bregus Frail
Briallen Primrose
Brin A hill
Bron Short for Bronwen
Bronwen White
Bronwyn Fair breast
Buddug Victory
Cadwyn Bright chain
Caethes Slave
Cafell Oracle
Caitrin Pure
Canaid Song
Cari To love, friend
Carryl Love
Carys The beloved one
Catrin Pure
Ceinwen Blessed and fair
Ceri To love
Ceridwen Fair poetry
Cerwen White
Corsen Reed
Cragen Shell
Cranogwen Linked to the place Llangrannog
Creirwy Daughter of the goddess Ceridwen
Crisiant Like a crystal
Cristyn Welsh version of Christine
Cymreiges A woman of Wales
Dafina Welsh form of Davina
Daron Oak, of the divine ending
Del Pretty
Delia Dark or black sorrow
Delyth Neat and pretty
Derren Bird
Derryth Of the Oak
Derwen From the oak tree
Deryn Bird
Dicra Slow
Difyr Amusing
Dilwen Female version of Dilwyn
Dilys Genuine
Don / Dona Goddess in Welsh mythology
Druantia A Celtic goddess
Drysi Thorn
Dwyn Pleasant, agreeable, holy
Dwynwen The Welsh patron saint of lovers
Dylis Sincere
Ebrill April, one born in April
Efa Alive / Welsh form of Eve
Eilian The name of a Welsh saint
Eiluned Much or greatly desired
Eilwen White brow
Eira Snow
Eirianwen Splendid, shining / holy, pure, bright
Eiriol Snowdrop
Eirlys Snowdrop
Elen Bright light / Welsh form of Ellen
Eleri Name of a river in Ceredigion and a 5th century saint
Eluned Much or greatly desired
Emlin / Emlyn Place name in West Wales
Enfys Rainbow
Enid Quiet woman, Soul
Enrhydreg Daughter of Tuduathar of Welsh tales
Epona Goddess associated with horses
Erdudvyl Daughter of Tryffin of Welsh tales
Eres Wonderful
Esyllt She who is gazed at
Eurneid Daughter of Clydno in Welsh tales
Eurolwyn Daughter of Gwydolwyn in Welsh tales
Ffanci Fancy
Ffion Foxglove
Fflur Flower
Ffraid Welsh form of Brigid, an Irish saint
Filomena Song lover / friend / lover of the moon
Gaenor Form of Gwenhyvar
Garan Stork
Garwen A mistress of King Arthur
Gaynor Variation of Gaenor
Gladys Land, nation, sovereignty
Glain Jewel
Glenda Pure good
Glenna From the valley or glen
Glenys Riverbank, shore
Glesni Blue
Glynis Little valley
Goewyn From the Mabinogion
Goleuddydd Bright day
Gorawen Joy
Grug Heather
Gwanwyn Spring
Gwawr Dawn
Gwen White, fair, white wave
Gwenant Fair stream
Gwenda White, shining, holy
Gwendolen White ring
Gwendolyn White brow
Gwener Welsh version of Venus, goddess of love
Gweneth White, blessed, fortunate
Gwenfrewy A Welsh saint
Gwenhwyfar Shining or holy spirit
Gwenith Wheat
Gwenllian Shining or holy stream
Gwennan Daughter of Brychan, a 5th century king
Gwenno Nickname for Gwen
Gwenyth Wheat
Gwladys Land, nation, sovereignty
Gwlithen Dewdrop
Gwylan Seagull
Gwyndolyn Little valley
Gwyneira White snow
Gwynne White, blessed, fortunate
Haf Summer
Hafgan Summer song
Hafren Goddess of the river Severn
Heledd Goodness
Heuldys Sun setting on the hill
Heulwen Sunshine
Heulyn Ray of sunshine
Hywela Eminent
Idelle Welsh form of Ida
Ifanna Female version of the name Ifan
Ina Daughter of Ceredig
Iola Worth, value
Iona From Ionawr, Welsh word for January
Irwen Female version of Irwyn
Isolde Fair one
Jenna White wave, White spirit, White cheeked
Leri Short form of Meleri, Eleri and Teleri
Lili Welsh form of Lily
Liliwen White lily
Lilybet God’s promise
Linette Idol
Llian Short form of Gwenllian
Llinos Welsh word for linnet, a bird
Llio Short form of Gwenllian
Llion Pet form of Gwenllian
Lowri Crown of laurels
Luned From Eluned
Lyn / Lynn / Lynne Lake
Mabli Loveable
Madlen Welsh form of Magdalene
Maelona Divine Princess
Mai May
Mair Welsh form of Mary
Mairwen Fair Mary
Maledisant Ill Speech
Mali Welsh form of Molly
Mallt Welsh form of Matilda
Manon Queen
Marged Welsh form of Margaret
Meagan Strong
Medi September
Megan / Megann Strong
Meinir Slender, tall
Melangell Welsh patron saint of animals
Meleri St. David’s grandmother
Meredith Protector of the sea
Mererid Pearl
Meri / Meridith / Merry Protector of the sea
Meriel Bright sea
Modlen Tower
Modron Mother
Mon Mon, the mother of Wales
Mona Place name
Morcan Bright sea
Morfudd Great benefit
Morgan / Morgana / Morganica White sea / bright / dweller by the sea
Morwen Maiden
Myfanwy Sweet lady
Myfi Short form of Myfanwy
Nerys Lord
Nest / Nesta Welsh version of Agnes
Nia Lustre, sheen, brilliance
Non / Nona Mother of St. David, patron saint of Wales
Olwen / Olwenna / Olwin / Olwyn White footprint
Owena Born to nobility
Paderau Rosery
Petra Welsh feminine form of Peter
Philomen Song lover, Friend, Lover of the moon
Rhan Fate
Rhawn Coarse or long hair
Rhedyn Fern
Rhiain / Rhian Maiden
Rhiannon / Rhianon / Rianne Great queen, Witch
Rhianwen Shining maiden / fair maiden
Rhonda Grand
Rhonwen White or fair-haired
Rhosyn Rose
Rowena White or fair-haired
Saffir Sapphire
Sara Welsh form of Sarah
Seren Star
Siân God’s gracious gift
Sioned Welsh form of Janet
Siwan Bright as the sun
Talaith Diadem
Talar From the headland in the field
Tanwen Shining or holy fire
Tarran From the knoll
Tegwen Pretty, fine, shining
Telyn Harp
Tesni Warmth from the sun, magical sun
Tirion Gentle, happy
Tiwlip Tulip
Toreth Abundant
Torlan From the river bank
Tristana Clamour
Una White wave
Vala Chosen
Vanora White wave
Wenda Variant of Gwendolyn
Ysbail Consecrated to God
Yseult Form of Isolde

Enwau Bechgyn Cymraeg / Welsh Boys Names

Afan Celtic saint’s name/name of a river
Afon Name of a river
Aled Offspring
Alun Harmony
Alwyn Great white, blessed
Anarawd Undisgraced, free of shame
Andras Man, warrior
Aneirin Modest, noble
Aneurin Truly golden, 6th century prince of poets
Angwyn Very handsome
Arawn Unrestrained wildness
Arthfael Warrior prince
Arthus Bear hero / A rock
Arwel Prominent
Atawn Harmony
Awstin Venerable
Bedwyr A knight of King Arthur
Berwyn Fair-haired
Bleddyn / Bledig Like a wolf
Bowen From ap Owen; son of Owen
Braith Diversely-coloured
Bran Crow, raven
Brenin King
Brychan Pied, spotted, speckled
Bryn A hill
Brynmor A large hill
Cadell The battle spirit
Cadfael Battle prince
Cadfan Battle raven
Cadoc Battle
Cadwalader Battle leader
Cadwgawn Battle glory
Caerwyn Fair love
Cai Lord, Welsh form of Kay, also one of King Arthur’s knights
Caradoc Dearly loved
Caron To love
Carwyn Dearly loved
Cedrych Bounty / spectacle / founder
Cefin Little comely one
Celyn Holly
Ceri To love
Cledwyn Rough but blessed
Colwyn Name of a river
Conway / Conwy Hound of the plains
Cynddelw Exalted effigy
Cynfor A great chief
Cynwrig High hill
Dafydd / Dai Welsh form of David
Deiniol God is my judge
Delwyn Pretty, white
Derfel 6th century Welsh saint
Deri Oak
Derog Obstinate one
Derwyn Oak tree
Dewi Patron saint of Wales, Welsh form of David
Dewydd Beloved
Dilwyn Truly blessed
Disgleirio Shine, glitter
Dyfan A Welsh saint’s name / Welsh form of Damon
Dyfed Beloved
Dyl Great sea
Dylan Sea god, Son of the waves
Eifion Old Welsh name, son of Cunedda
Einion Anvil
Eirian Bright, beautiful
Elgan Bright circle
Elidyr Brass, bronze
Elis The Lord is my God
Elisud Kind
Elyan Second, moment in time
Emlyn Industrious
Emrick / Emris / Emrys Immortal
Emyr Honour
Eurig Gold
Eurwyn Fair, golden
Evan Young warrior
Ewan Warrior
Ewein Well born
Ewen Warrior
Ffrancis Frenchman
Folant Healthy, strong
Gareth Gentle, Enclosure, Watchful
Gavan/Gavin White hawk
Gawain/Gawen Courteous
Geraint Gentle, or an old man
Gerallt Rule of the spear
Gerwyn Fair love
Gethen/Gethin Dark-skinned
Glaw Rain
Glendower/Glyndwr Valley water
Glyn/Glynn Valley
Gofannon Smith
Gorlassar Above the sky
Goronwy Meaning unknown
Govannon Smith
Griff Fierce chief, Ruddy
Griffin Lord, prince
Griffith A powerful lord
Grigor Watchful, vigilant
Gruff / Gruffin / Gruffud / Gruffudd / Gruffydd / Guto Lord, prince
Grwn Ridge
Guorthigern Overlord
Gwalchgwyn White hawk
Gwalchmai / Gwalchmei May hawk
Gwilim / Gwillym Will-helmet
Gwledig Ruler
Gwyn White, fair
Gwynedd Happiness
Gwynfor From the fair place
Gwynn Fair, holy
Gwythyr Conqueror
Halwn Salt
Halwyn Salt
Harri Welsh form of Harry / Home ruler
Heddwyn Blessed peace
Hefin Summer
Heilyn A steward
Heulog Sunny
Howell Eminent
Huw Heart and mind
Hywel Hywel Dda (founder of Welsh laws), Eminent
Iago Supplanter
Ianto God is gracious
Idris Ardent lord
Idwal The lord of the wall
Iefan Welsh form of John
Iestin / Iestyn Welsh form of Justin
Ieuan Welsh form of John
Ifan Welsh form of John
Ifor Ifor
Ilar Cheerful
Illtud / Illtyd Multitude of people
Ioan Welsh form of John
Iolo / Iolyn / Iorweth A handsome lord
Iwan Welsh form of John
Jac Welsh form of Jack
Lewys Welsh form of Louis or Lewis
Llew / Llewelyn / Llywellyn Lion-like
Lloyd / Loyd Grey-haired
Mabon / Mabyn Celtic god of youth
Macsen The greatest rival
Madoc / Madog / Maidoc Champion, Good fortune
Maldwyn Brave friend
March Horse
Maredudd Sea day
Marlen / Marlin Sea hill
Martyn Warlike
Marwin Sea hill
Mawrth Of the sea
Maxen Greatest rival
Medwyn A Welsh saint
Meical Who is like God
Merion Name of part of Gwynedd
Mihangel Welsh form of Michael
Myrddin / Myrddyn Welsh form of Merlin
Osian 18th century Irish poet
Pedr Welsh form of Peter
Prys From ap Rhys (son of Rhys)
Rhisiart Welsh form of Richard
Rhodd Gift
Rhodri Rhodri the Great; Was a 9th Century king of Gwynedd
Robat Welsh form of Robert
Saeth Arrow
Sarff Snake, serpent
Seimon Welsh form of Simon
Selwyn Old English for friend
Siôn Welsh form of John
Siriol Content, cheerful
Steffan Welsh form of Stephen
Taffy Beloved
Taliesin A renowned 6th Century Welsh poet
Tarian Shield
Tegan / Tegau Darling, loved one
Tegeirian Pretty, beautiful
Tegwyn Pretty, fine, shining
Teifion Variant of Teifi, the river in Aberteifi
Teilo A 6th century Welsh saint
Terrwyn Brave
Tomos Welsh form of Thomas
Trystan A mountain in Gwynedd
Tudur Celtic name
Twm Welsh form of Thomas
Wil Short form of Gwilym
Wyn / Wynne Short form of Gwyn