See also: wyneb-werth
wynebwerth m (plural wynebwerthoedd)
- (law, historical) compensation paid by a husband to his wife for certain insults (such as adultery) under medieval Welsh law; it was received thrice before the wife was presumed to have received no insult from a known offender
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