Llydaw

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Welsh[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Welsh Litau, from Proto-Celtic *Litavia (continent) (compare Old Breton Letau, Irish Letha), from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥th₂-u̯-ih₂ (compare Ancient Greek Πλάταια (Plátaia) (place name), Avestan [script?] (pərəθwī, surface)[script?], Sanskrit पृथ्वी (Pr̥thvī́, earth goddess)), feminine of *pl̥th₂ús (wide) (compare Old English folde (land), Old Armenian հող (hoł, earth)).

Proper noun[edit]

Llydaw ?

  1. Brittany (region of North West France)