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Llyr (; ~Lleddiarth; "half-speech" (Skene, Bromwich); "half-language"(Mackillop) )) is a figure in Welsh mythology, probably originally a deity.
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1. Celtic deity who was the father of Manawydan; corresponds to Irish Lir
(hypernym) Celtic deity
(classification) Wales, Cymru, Cambria
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[Celtic] The Welsh sea god. Llyr (Lir Llyr) is the father of Bran, Branwen, and Manawydan. He is equal to the Irish god Lir.
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