Origin of the name CARADAWG.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name CARADAWG.
spelling of Welsh Caradwg
"beloved." In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a son of Llyr.
Caradawg (Vreichvras), or with
the brawny arm, a distinguished warrior, who was the son of Llyr Merini,
a prince of Cornwall about the end of the fifth century. His
mother was Gwen, grand-daughter of Brychan. Several of the Triads
contain notices of him, in one of which he is called one of the three
"Cadvarchogion," or knights of battle of the Isle of Britain;
and in an englyn attributed to Arthur, he is called Caradawg "Colovn
Cymru," or the pillar of Wales. His wife, Tegau Eurvron, was
no less remarkable for her virtue than her beauty... (Enwogion Cymru,