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Subject: Re: What does Rhiannon mean?
Author: PriaposLovs   (guest, 212.251.72.135)
Date: February 28, 2001 at 1:53:28 AM
Reply to: What does Rhiannon mean? by Rhiannon
Names including Rhiannon, Rhiain, Rhian, Rhianedd, Rhiangar, Rhianwen and Rhianydd all share the Welsh element Rhian-. According to one source (http://www.medievalscotland.org/problem/names/rhiannon.shtml), Rhian-, derives from British rix "king" and/or from a Welsh word meaning "maiden, virgin".

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