British - Son of Cyleddon. Husband of Goleuddydd. Father of Culhwch by Goleuddydd. In Welsh lore, when his wife died he promised not to remarry until a double-headed briar grew on her grave. He later married the widow of King Doged, who laid a charge on Culhwch that he should marry none but Olwen. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Cilydd, Kilwydd, Kilwydd, Kilydd, Kilydd, Kil(w)ydd, Kil(w)ydd, Cilydd Cyfwlch or Cilydd Hundred-holds.

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