Caer Feddwid

British - The Welsh name for the Otherworld, Annwfn, as 'The Court of Carousal or The Court of Intoxication'. Sometimes referred to as Caer Feddwid, Annwfn, Annwfn, Abred, Affan, Affwys, Anghar, Annwn, Annwyfn, Annwyrn, Is Elfydd, Land-across-the-Sea, Land-under-the-Sea, Land-under-the-Waves, Uffern, Achren, Anghar Annwyfn, Annw(yr)n, Caer Sid(d)i, Caer Wydyr, Fort(ress) of Glass, Landunder-the-Waves, Irish Sid, Tir inna mban, Dyfed, Caer Siddi, Caer Siddi, Caer Sidi, Caer Sidi, Carousal, Fort of, Carousal, Fort of, Castle Perilous, Castle Perilous, Court of Carousal, Court of Carousal, Court of Intoxication, Court of Intoxication, Fort of Carousal, Fort of Carousal, Kingly Castle, Kingly Castle, King's Castle, King's Castle, Revolving Castle, Revolving Castle, Sid, Sid, Welsh Annwfn, sidhe, Caer Colur, Caer Colur, Caer Feddwidd, Caer Feddwidd, Caer Golud, Caer Golud, Castle of Riches, Caer Ochren, Caer Ochren, Caer Redryvan, Caer Redryvan, Caer Rigor, Caer Rigor, Caer Vandwy, Caer Vandwy, Castle-on-High, Caer Vedwyn, Caer Vedwyn, Castle of Wonders, Castle of Wonders, Chastel Marte or Fortress of Marvels.

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