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Subject: Re: Claerwen?
Author: Lumia   (Authenticated as Lumia)
Date: May 25, 2009 at 12:43:48 AM
Reply to: Claerwen? by Anneza
Claerwen is a river name (in Powys, Wales), coming from claer, "clear, bright", and gwen, "white, clear" (in other contexts, it also means "blessed"): "very clear, very bright". In Wales, it is really used as given name, together with other toponyms (place names, river names, lake names...).



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