gwyn gwyn  /ɡ ˈwɪn/

Definition(s):

  • (n) Celtic underworld god

News

  • A dream with purpose

    MILES — Gwyn Rosser and Mendi Holt don’t have a problem with visitors entering their business and interrupting them while they’re working. In fact, they encourage it. They want people to come in and ask questions about the new things they’re making out of old things.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The San Angelo Standard-Times

Quotes

  1. Bates said: "We planned this meeting long before Sunday. After the Histon game, Gary, Gwyn and Shaun came out. We analysed all parts of the club, all parts of the performance, the academy, and every player on the books. I'm not sure of some players'...
    on Dec 2, 2008 By: Ken Bates Source: Yorkshire Evening Post

  2. Mr Hain, MP for Neath, said: "The Gwyn Hall was a fine Victorian building that served the people of Neath for generations, hosting many tremendous events and concerts." "Its loss will leave a gaping hole in the heart of Neath. The fact that...
    on Oct 20, 2007 By: Peter Hain Source: Daily Post

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