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Subject: Re: Fionnuir and Draighean?
Author: Blodwen   (guest, 87.113.21.67)
Date: August 13, 2010 at 9:35:24 AM
Reply to: Re: Fionnuir and Draighean? by Llewella
Fionnuir/Fionur/Finore/Fennore are Irish equivalents ot the Welsh Gwenhwyfar (King Arthur's wife Guinevere) and the modern Jennifer (from the Cornish who spell it Jenifer). Gwen means "white/fair/holy" and the second part is usually said to mean "ghost/spirit/phantom" even "fairy" and sometimes "wave".

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