AAdwen (f) an early saintAeddan (m) a 6th century soldierAelhaern, Elhaearn (m) a 7th century saintAelwen or Alwyn (f) ael=brow; gwen=white, blessedAeres (f) heiressAerfen (f) a Celtic river goddessAeron (e)Aeronwen (f)Aeronwy (f)Aethwy (m)Afan (m) a 6th cent. saint, name of many riversAfarwy (m) an early saintAfloeg (m) a 5th cent. chiefAidan (m) 6th cent. saintAlafon (m) Bardic name of Owen Griffith Owen, 19th cent. poetAlan (m) Celtic name, an early Welsh saintAlaw (e) A river in Anglesey, by whose banks Branwen diedAlawn (m) one of the first 3 bardsAlban (m) Scotland; one of the first Christian martyrs in BritainAlcwyn (m)Aldrydd (m)Aldwyn (m)Aldyth (f)Alec (m)Aled (m) name of a river and a lake; also 15th cent. poetAlun (m)Alwen or Alwena (f)Alwyn (m)
BBaeddan (m)Baglan (m)Banwen (f) white peak, part of Neath ValleyBarri (m)Barrwg (m)Barwyn (m)Bechan (f) smallBedo (m)Bdwyn (m)Bedwyr (m)Beinon (m)Beli (m)Ben (m)Bendigeidfran (m)Berddig (m)Berian (m)Berwyn (m) white peak, moundBeryl (f)Bet, Beti (f)Betrys (f)Betsan (f)Bethan (f)Beuno (m) a saintBledri (m) wolf rulerBledig (m) wolfish, wolf likeBleddyn (m) small wolfBlegywryd (m)Bleiddian (m) wolf
Cadan (m) battle, also a stream in DyfedCadell (m) Cadell ap Gwrtheyrn was the Lord of Powys in 429Cadeyrn (m) battle rulerCadfael (m) battle princeCadfan (m) battle summit, early saintCadfarch (m) battle horseCadi (f)Cadifor (m)Cadmael (m)Cadog (m)Cador (m) Earl of Cornwall in Arthur's talesCadrawd (m) battle course or battle hostCadwal (m) battle wallCadwaladr (m) battle ruler, prince of Gwynedd in 664 ADCadwallon (m) battle rulerCadwgan (m)Caerwyn (m) white fortCaffo (m)Cai (m) officer in Arthur's courtCaleb (m)Caledfryn (m) hard hill (a good name for an in-the-way Corgi)Caradog, Cradog (m) 1st cent. leader of the Britons against the RomansCarannog, Crannog (m) 6th cent. saintCari (f)Carwen (f) blessed loveCarwyn (m) blessed loveCaryl, Carys (f) loveCasnodyn (m) poetCaswallon (m) chief who fought against CaesarCati (f)Catrin (f)Catwg (m)Cedewain (m)Cedifor (m)Cedrych (m)Cedwyn (m)Cefni (m)Ceidio (m)Ceidiog (m)Ceidrych (m)Ceindeg (f) fair, beautifulCeindrych (f) beautiful appearanceCeinfryn (m) beautiful hillCeinlys (f) beautiful, fairCeinwen (f) beautiful white, blessed
Alys or Alis f)Amaethon (m)Amlodd (m) King Arthur's grandfatherAmlyn (m)Amranwen (f) white eyelidAnnest (f) daughter of Angharad and Gruffudd ap Cynan, King of Gwynedd, 12th cent.Annwyl, Anwyl (f) dear, belovedAranwen (f)Arawn (m) King of the Underworld in Tales of the MabinogiArddun (f) beautifulArfon (m); Arfonia (f) part of Gwynedd (in North Wales)Ariannell (f) an early saintArianwen (f), Arianwyn (m) arian=silver gwen=white, blessed an early saintArnallt (m)Arofan (m) an early poetArtro (m) river in GwyneddArthen (m) bear and river god, 9th cent. king of CeredigionArthfael (m)Arthog (m) like a bear, village in MerionethArthur (m) stone bear, King ArthurArwel (m)Arwen, Arwenna (f) fair, fineArwyn (m) fair, fineAsaff (m) saintAurddolen (f) gold linkAwel, Awela (f) breezeAwen (m), Awena (f) muse; wealth; name of a Pembrokeshire streamAwstin (m) from Latin Augustus; 1st Bishop of Canterbury
Bleiddudd (m) wolf rulerBlodeuwedd (f) blodau=flowers, gwedd=appearance, formBlodyn (f) flowerBlodwen (f) white flowersBradach (m)Bradwen (m)Braint (f)Bran (m)Branwen (f) sister of Bendigeidfran in the Mabinogi; married the king of IrelandBrengain (f)Brennig (m) stream and lake in Dyfed (Pembrokeshire area)Briafael (m) early saintBriallen (f) primroseBrian, Brieg, Briog (m)Brochan (m)Brochfael (m)Bronmai (f) bron=hill, mai= MayBronwen (f) white breastBrwyno (m)Brychan (m)Bryn (m)Brynach (m) saint of 5th/6th century who came to North Pembroke from IrelandBrynmor (m) big hillBrython (m)Brythonig (f)Brythonwen (f)Buddug (f) Queen of the Iceni, a tribe that fought the Romans in the 1st century.
Ceiriog (m)Ceirios (f) cherriesCeiro (m)Celyn (m)Celynen (m)Cellan (m)Cemlyn (m) bent lakeCennard (m) head of a hillCennydd (m)Cenwyn (m) white head, blessed headCeneu (m)Ceredig (m)Ceri (e)Cerian (f)Ceridwen (f)Cerys (f)Ceulanydd (m)Cian (m)Cigfa (f)Cledwyn (m) hard whiteClydai, Clydog (m)Clydri (m)Cludwyn (m)Coel (m)Colwyn (m)Collen (m)Collwen (f)Conwy (m)Cranogwen (f)Cristyn (f)Crisiant (f) cousin of Owain Gwynedd and mother of Dafydd and Rhodri, 1150 ADCrwys (m) crossCunedda (m) good lord, leader who came to Wales from ScotlandCurig (m)Cybi (m)Cyffin (f)Cynan (m)Cyndeyrn (m) chief lordCyndrig (m)Cynfael (m) chief princeCynfarch (m) chief horseCynfor (m)Cynlais, Cynlas (m)Cynon (m)Cynri, Cynrig (m)
Dafi (m)Dafydd (m) (David)Dai (m) form of Dafydd, common name in South WalesDaron (f) goddess of the oakDedwydd (e) happyDegwel (m)Deian (m)Deiniol (m)Deio (m) form of DafyddDel (f) prettyDelwen (f) pretty whiteDelwyn (m) pretty whiteDelyth (f) prettyDewi (m) saint, Patron saint of Wales, celebrated March 1stDilwen (f) white honeycombDion (m)Dogfael (m) 6th cent saint, church in PembrokeshireDogmael (m)
Dôn (f) Celtic goddess, connected with river DanubeDrudwen (f) dear, expensive whiteDulais (m) black ditch or stream (for the mudhole Corgis)Dulas (m)Dwyfor (e)Dwynwen (f) daughter of patron saint of loversDwyryd (e)Dwysan (f) intense, profoundDyfan (m)Dyfed (m) region of Wales where Pembrokeshire isDyfi (e)Dyfnallt (m)Dyfri (m) waterDyfrig (m) early saint from southwest WalesDyfynnog (m)Dyfyr (e)Dylan (m) son of Arianrhod. Sea god.
Fflur (f) flowersFfowc (m) Ffriad (f) patron saint of poetryFfranc (m)Ffrancon (m)
Gaenor (f)Gareth (m)Garmon (m)Garth (m)Garwen (f)Garwyn (m) white chinGawain (m) Arthurian hero (Sir Gawain and the Green Knight)Geinor (f)Geraint (m)Gerwyn (m) rough whiteGethin (m)Gildas (m)Gilfaethwy (m)Glain (f) jewelGlanffrwd (m) clean stream or stream bankGlanmor (m)Glasnant (m)Glenda (f)Glenwen (f) clean whiteGlenys (f) clean, fair, holyGlesig (f)Glesni (f)Glwys (m) fair, beautiful, holyGlyn (m) valeGlyndwr (m) vale of waterGlynis (f)Glynwen (f) white valeGlynys (f)Goewyn (f) maid of Math in the MabinogiGofannon (m)Goleuddydd (f)Gomer (m)Griffri (m)Grigor (m)Gruffudd (m) strong grip, the last true Prince of Wales. Grugwyn (m) white heatherGuto (m)Gutun (m)Gwaednerth (m) strong bloodGwalchmai (m) May falconGwalia (f)Gwallog (m)Gwallter (m)Gwarthen (m)Gwarwen (f) white napeGwaun (m)Gwawl (e) the man Rhiannon was forced to marry against her will
Gwawr (f)Gwawrwen (f) white dawnGwawrddydd (f) dawn of dayGwen (f) white, fair, blessed, holyGwên (m)Gwenallt (m)Gwenda (f) good whiteGwendolen (f) white linkGwendraeth (f)Gwenddydd (f)white dayGwener (f)Gwenfair (f)Gwenfor (f)Gwenfrewi (f)Gwenfron (f) white breastGwenffrwd (f)Gwenhwyfar (f) (Guinivere) (King Arthur's wife)Gwenifer (f)Gwenith (f)Gwenlyn (e)Gwenlliant (f)Gwenllian (f)Gwenlliw (f)Gwennan (f) blessedGwennant (f)Gwenno (f)Gwennol (f) swallowGwenog (f)Gwenogfryn (m)Gwent (e)Gwenwynwyn (m) Lord of Powys, grandson of Owain Gwynedd, 13th cent.Gwern (m)Gwili (m)Gwilym (m) (close to William)Gwion (m)Gwladys (f)Gwlithen (f)Gwrgan (m)Gwyn (m) white, blessed, fairGwynallt (m) white hillGwynant (m) white streamGwyndaf (m) Celtic saintGwynedd (m), Gwyneth (f)Gwynfi (f) (Gwen-vi)Gwynfor (m) great whiteGwynfryn (m) white hillGwynlais (m)
Hafina (f)Hafren (f) Celtic river goddessHafwen (f) fair summerHarri (m)Hawen (f)Hawys (f)Hedydd (f) skylarkHedd (m) peaceHeddwyn (m) blessed peaceHefeydd (m) father of Rhiannon in the MabinogiHefin (m) summeryHeilin (e) generousHeini (e) sprightly, activeHeinin (m)Heledd (f)Hennin (m)
Hergest (m)Heulwen (f) sunshineHeulyn(e) ray of sunHinin (m)Hirael, Hiral (e) long browHiraethog (m)Hirwen (f) long whiteHopcyn (m) (Hopkin)Hunydd (f)Huw (m) (Hugh)Huwcyn (m)Hwfa (m)Hwmffre (m) (Humphrey)Hywel (m) eminent, prominentHwyela (f)Hywyn (m)
Iago (m) Jacob or James Iago ab Idwal, king of Gwynedd, 1039 ADIanto (m)Idloes (m)Idnerth (m) strong lordIdris (m) Idris Gawr, magician and astronomer, 632 ADIdwal (m) lord, ruler Idwal Foel, king of Gwynedd, 942Idwallon (m)Iddawg (m)Iddig (m) prince, left to defend Wales when Bendigeidfran left for IrelandIemwnt (m)Iestyn (m) (like Justin)Ieuaf (m) Co ruler of Gwynedd, killed by his brother Iago 973 ADIeuan (m) Welsh version of JohnIfan (m) (Ivan or Evan)Ifanwy (e)Ifor (m)Ilan (m)Ilar (f) cheerfulIlid (f)Illtud (m) Saint from Brittany who invented a plow.
Indeg (f) One of the maids of Arthur's courtIoan (m) JohnIola (f)Iolo (m)Iona (f) Island off Scotland, short for Ionawr (January)Ionor, Ionawr (f) JanuaryIonwen (f) white, blessed lord/ladyIorath (m)Iorwen (f)Iorwerth (m) Old Welsh name, "Edward" in EnglishIoseff (m)Irfon (m) River near Builth, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd was killed on its banks, 1282 ADIrwen (f) green and whiteIrwyn (m) green and whiteIsfael (m)Isfoel (m)Islwyn (m)Ithel (m)generous lordIwan (m)
JJac (m)Joseff (m)
Lawnslod (m)Lefi (m)Leri (f)Lewsyn (m)Lewys (m) (Lewis)Lili (f)Lilwen (f) white lilyLlawdden (m)Llawen (m) joyfulLlefelys (m)Lleision (m)Llelo (m)Lleu (m) light, fair one, son of Arianrhod in the MabinogiLleucu (f) lightLleufer (m) light, spendorLlew (m) lionLliedi (m)Llifon (m)Llinos (f)Llio (f)Llion (m)
Lluan (f)Lludd (m)Llunwerth (m)Llwyd, Lloyd (m)Llwyfo (m)Llyfni (m)Llyr (m) (Lear) Father of Branwen and Bendigeidfran in the MabinogiLlywarch (m)Llywel (m)Llywelyn (m)Llywela (f)Lona (f)Lora (f)Lowri (f)Luc (m)Luned (f)Lydia (f)Lyn (e)Lyneth (f)Lynfa (f)Lynwen (f) white vale
Meic (m)Meical (m) (Michael)Meidrym (m)Meilir (m)Meilyg (m)Meilyr (m)Meilys (e)Meinir (f) maidenMeinwen (f) slender white maidenMeirchion (m) horsesMeirian (f)Meirion (m) dairymanMeiriona (f) dairymaidMeirionwen (f) white dairy maidMeirwen (f) blessed MayMelangell (f) Daughter of Tudwal ap Ceredig. Patron saint of animalsMerleri (f)Melfyn (m)Men (f)Menai (f)Menna (f)Meredudd (m) (Meredith)Mererid (f) precious stoneMerfyn (m) (Mervin) Merfyn Frych, 844 AD--King of Gwynedd, father of Rhodri FawrMeriel (f) from Irish Muirgheal, bright seaMerierid (f)Meryl (f)Meduwen (f) blessed hermitMeurig (m)Meuryn (m)Miall (m)Mihangel (m)Modlen (f)Modron (f) Celtic goddess, the great motherMoelwyn (m) white hillMoelwen (f) white hillMona (f) noble; also referring to AngleseyMordeyrn (m) great rulerMoren (m)Morfael (m) great princeMorfran (m) (Mor-vran) great crow, also son of Tegid, one of Arthur's knightsMorfudd (f)Morgan (m) bright sea or great circleMorgant (m)Morien (m) born greatMorlais (m) great voice (?)Morus (m)Morwen (f) white maid or great seaMorwenna (f)Mostyn (m)Mwynen (f) gentleMwynwen (f) gentle whiteMyfanwy (f) my fine, rare oneMyfi (f)Myfina (f)Myfyr (m) museMymbyr (m)Mynyddog (m) mountainMyrddin (m) (Merthin, Merlin) Myrddin Emrys (Merlin) magician in King Arthur's court
Mabli (f)Mabon (m)Macsen (m)Machno (m)Machreth (m)Madlen (f)Madog (m) fortunateMadrun (e)Madryn (e)Mael (m) princeMaelgad (m) battle princeMaelgwn, Maelgwyn (m) defender, prince of battleMaelog (m)Maelogan (m)Maelon (m)Maelona (f)Maelor (m)Maelorwen (f)Maelrys (m) rushing princeMaelwas (m) youthful prince, name of man who took Guinivere in Arthurian taleMagdalen (f)Mai (f) MayMair (f) a wished-for childMairwen (f) a wished for, blessed childMaldwyn (m)Malen (f)Mali (f) (Molly)Mallt (f) strong in battleManawydan (m) son of Llyr, brother of Bendigeidfran, in the MabinogiManod (e) name of a mountainManon (f) queen, paragon of beautyMararad (f)Marared (f) daughter of Gruffudd ap Cynan and AngharadMarc (m)Marchell (f)Marchudd (m) horse lordMared (f)Maredudd (m) (Meredith) great lordMarged (f) pearlMargiad (f)Margred (f)Mari (f)Marian (f)Marlais (m) big streamMartyn (m)Math (m) half god, Mathonwy, Lord of Gwynedd, magician who created BlodeuweddMathew (m)Matholwch (m) king of Ireland who married Branwen in the MabinogiMathonwy (m)Mechain (m)Medeni (f) born in SeptemberMedi (f) SeptemberMedrawd (m)One of Arthur's knights who died in the battle of CamlanMedrod (m) version of aboveMedwen (f)Medwyn (m)Mefin (f) JuneMeg (f)Megan (f)
Niclas (m)Nidian (m) a saintNinian (m) a saintNisien (m) son of Euroswydd, half brother of Bendigeidfran in the MabinogiNon (f) 5th cent. saint, daughter of Cynyr, mother of DewiNona (f)Nonna (f)Nora (f)Nudd (m)
Orwig (m)Osfael (m) son of CunddaOsian (m) Irish poetOswallt (m) power of a god, god-like powerOwain (m) well-bornOwen (m)
Padarn (m) fatherlyPadrig (m) noblemanPasgen (m)Pawl (m) (Paul)Peblig (m)Pedr (m) (Peter)Pedran (m)Pedrog(m)Pennar (m)Pennant (m) head of a streamPenri (m) son of HenriPenwyn (m) white headPeredur (m)Peris (m)Peryf (m)Petra (f) stone
Petran (m)Phylip (m)Plennydd (m)Powel (m)Powys (m) old kingdom and countyProsser (m)Pryderi (m) care, concern son of Pwyll and Rhiannon in the MabinogiPrydwen (f) white complexion, name of Arthur's shipPrydwyn (m) white complexionPrydderch (m)Prys (m)Prysor (m)Prysorwen (f)Pwyll (m) discretion, steadiness Lord of Dyfed, husband of RhiannonPyrs (m)