Brythonic Submitted Names

These names were used by the ancient Britons. See Ancient Celtic names for a broader list.
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ARTOGNOU m Brythonic
Derived from Proto-Brythonic *arθ “bear”, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *artos, and *gnọw “knowledge”, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *gnāwos.
BRIAMAIL m Medieval Welsh, Brythonic
Old Welsh form of the Brythonic name *Brigomaglos, which was composed of the Proto-Celtic elements *brigos, *brigā meaning "might, power" and *maglos "chief, noble".
CADHOIARN m Medieval, Medieval French, Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh
Old Breton, Old Welsh cat "battle" + Old Breton (ho)iarn "iron".
CADWETHEN m Medieval, Medieval French, Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh
Old Breton, Old Welsh cat "battle" + Old Breton (g)uethen "warrior, war".
CADWOBRI m Medieval, Medieval French, Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh
Old Breton, Old Welsh cat "battle" + Old Breton uuobri "serious, important".
CADWORED m Medieval, Medieval French, Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh
Old Breton, Middle Welsh cat "battle" + Old Breton uuoret, Middle Welsh gwaret "shelter, protection".
CATUVELLAUNUS m Brythonic
"The One Who mnos Leads welnā in Battle katu".
CONMARCH m Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh, Medieval, Medieval French
Old Breton con, Middle Welsh kyn "(war)hound, elevated one" + Old Welsh, Old Breton march "stallion, steed".
CONWAL m Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh, Medieval, Medieval French
Old Breton con, Middle Welsh kyn "(war)hound, elevated one" + Old Breton uual "valor".
CUMDELU m Breton (Archaic), Ancient Welsh, Medieval, Medieval French
Old Breton cum "gentle, beloved" + Old Breton delu "appearance", Middle Welsh delw "form, image".
DUMNAGUAL m Medieval Welsh, Brythonic
Old Welsh cognate of Gaelic DOMHNALL, derived from a Celtic name composed of the elements *dubnos meaning "world" and *‎walos "prince, chief".
FRWDWR m Ancient Welsh
Derived from the Middle Welsh ffrwd meaning "stream" and dwfr, dwr meaning "water".
GWYNLLYW m Ancient Welsh
From Welsh gwyn "white" and llyw "leader". This was the name of a Welsh king, also known as WOOLOS.
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