llyr : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n Celtic deity who was the father of Manawydan; corresponds to Irish Lir
- Dafydd Wigley in WalesOnline
Mr Wigley, 67, said yesterday: "I have been talking to people over the last three-four weeks. I have concluded that there are plenty of young people, outstanding young people like Llyr Huw Griffiths and Heledd Fychan, who are very strong...
- Paul Carey Jones in ic Wales
He has this special aura around him from the moment you meet him,said Jones, who is often praised for his presence and sense of comic timing. "Llyr is very quiet but not in a shy way, it's shy in a very confident way. He only speaks when...