Origin : Welsh,
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Additional information Idwal:
Means "lord of the wall", derived from Welsh udd "lord, prince" combined with gwal "wall, rampart".
Books about Idwal:
The Idwal Log, The Youth Hostellers' Guide to rambles and Scrambles and Matters of Local Interest in the Ogwen... by Roger (compiler) Helliwell (1974)
The Idwal log: rambles and scrambles and matters of local interest in the Ogwen district by Roland and Taylor, Reg Helliwell (1960)
The Idwal Log Youth Hostellers Guide To Rambles by Rowland Helliwell and Reg Taylor (Jan 3, 1974)
The Island of the Care-a-Beans - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #1: Personalized for Idwal (Girl... by Cindy Kenney (Feb 19, 2008)
Jellyfish Jam - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #2: Personalized for Idwal (Girl) by Cindy Kenney and Doug Peterson (Feb 19, 2008)
Astro Nuts - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #3: Personalized for Idwal (Girl) by Doug Peterson (Feb 19, 2009)
Jurassic Playground - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #4: Personalized for Idwal (Boy) by Doug Peterson (Feb 19, 2008)
Wiki information Idwal:
Cwm Idwal is a hanging valley in the Glyderau range of mountains in northern Snowdonia, the national park in the mountainous region of North Wales. Its main interest is to hill walkers and rock climbers, but it is also of interest to geologists and...
Idwal Foel or Idwal ab Anarawd was a 10th-century King of Gwynedd in Wales. A member of the House of Aberffraw, Idwal was credited by William of Malmesbury as being "King of the Britons" in the manner of his father.