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Gwen Stefani is unique and different and not like those pop clones. I also like this name, it's very pretty.
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There are at least two saints with this name. One Gwen was a 5th century saint and one of the many daughters of King Brychan Brycheiniog of Brecon (himself a saint). She was married to Saint Fragan and was the mother of Saints Winwallus, Guithern, and Jacut. Another Saint Gwen was a widow, mother of Saints Cyby and Cadfan, a sister to Saint Nonna, and an aunt of Saint David of Wales. Both feast days vary (June 1, July 5, or October 18). One Gwen gave birth to triplets and grew a thrid breast. In France, cradle cap is known as 'La Mal de Sainte Gwen'. Many people confuse the facts with the two saint Gwens, but apparently both are patrons of newborn babies.
Gwen Cooper is on Torchwood!
A famous bearer was acclaimed stage actress Gwen Verdon (January 13, 1925 – October 18, 2000). She was well-known for her Tony Award-winning roles in the musicals "Can-Can" (1954), "Damn Yankees" (1956), "New Girl in Town" (1958), and "Redhead" (1959). She also appeared in well-known musicals "Sweet Charity" and "Chicago".
Gwen Watford (1927-94) was a well-known English actress with dark hair and big soulful brown eyes.
Gwen Cooper is a character in the sci-fi/fantasy TV show Torchwood. She is played by Eve Myles.
Gwen Tennyson is Ben's cousin from the cartoon Ben 10 and its spin-offs.
Gwen Stacy, Spider-Man's first girlfriend, bears this name.
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