Meredydd

Origin : Welsh,

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Meredydd Expression, Meredydd Soul Urge, Meredydd Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Meredydd:

additionalWelsh form of MEREDITH

urban

Definition funny of Meredydd:

urbanA sex goddess from greek mythology.. she has the power of seducing men and even after rejecting them they remain under her power.

urbanMeredydd the goddess of sexual intercourse

books

Books about Meredydd:

booksMered: Detholiad o Ysgrifau Dr.Meredydd Evans (Welsh Edition) by Ann Ffrancon and Geraint H. Jenkins (Nov 24, 1994)

booksCaneuon chwarae. Trefnwyd gan Phyllis Kinney. < Geiriau Meredydd Evans. > by Phyllis Kinney (1972)

booksCaneuon noson lawen. Neuadd y Penrhyn, Bangor ... Y gerddoriaeth a'r geiriau gan Meredydd Evans. Trefniant i'r... by Meredydd Evans (1949)

booksFollow Up to Policing in the 21st Century: Oral Evidence, (Tuesday 31 March 2009) Vernon Coaker MP, and Chief... by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee (Jan 18, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Meredydd:

Meredydd Hughes
Man, Person

Meredydd John Hughes CBE QPM is a retired British police officer. He served as Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police from 1 September 2004 to 2011. Hughes started his career at South Wales Constabulary in 1979, and was transferred to West...

Meredydd Evans
Composer, Musical Artist, Lyricist, Person

Dr Meredydd Evans known colloquially as Merêd, is a collector, editor, historian and notable performer of folk music of Wales written in the Welsh language. His award-winning recordings of his own unaccompanied vocal performances and his published...