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Definition of "gwyn" []

  • Nell, original name Eleanor Gwynne. 1650–87, English actress; mistress of Charles II (noun)

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Use "gwyn" in a sentence
  • "Penguins probably acquired their name because of their similar appearance to the now extinctGreat Auk, another flightless bird in the northern hemisphere which wascalled "pen gwyn," meaning "white head," in the Welsh language."
  • "Ac ar ben popeth, du a gwyn yw'r tudalennau mewnol i gyd."
  • "“What is the name of this place?” said I. “It is called Ty gwyn,” said the man of the hat."
  • "Penguins probably acquired their name because of their similar appearance to the now extinctGreat Auk, another flightless bird in the northern hemisphere which wascalled "pen gwyn," meaning "white head," in the Welsh language."
  • "“What is the name of this place?” said I. “It is called Ty gwyn,” said the man of the hat."