Caw

British - Father of Cywyllog, Gildas and Hueil. In one story of the quest of Culhwch for the hand of Olwen, Caw secured a tusk of Trwch Trwyth and used it to shave Ysbaddaden. In other accounts Twrch Trwyth was not killed but escaped into the sea, and it was the tusk of Ysgithyrwn, got by Cadw, that was used to shave the giant. In some accounts he is regarded as a saint. At times, identified as Caw, Cadw, Cadw, Cadw of Pictland, Cadw of Prydein, Kaw, Kaw, Caw of Caledonia or Caw of Caledonia.

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