Kai

British - A steward to King Arthur. Father of Garanwy. He grew as tall as a tree and had the ability to live for nine days under water. It was he (or Glewlwyd) who originally refused to allow Culhwch to enter Arthur's court but was later a companion of Culhwch in his quest for the hand of Olwen. In later stories he becomes Kay, one of the Knights of the Round Table. Occasionally called Kai, Cai, Cai, Kai, Kay, Cei, Cei, Kai, kavan, kavan, kai, kai, kavi, kavi, kavya, kavya, Kei or Kei.

kai

Persian - A seer with supernatural knowledge. In some references, identified as kai, Cai, Cai, Kai, Kai, Kay, Cei, Cei, Kai, kavan, kavan, kai, kavi, kavi, kavya, kavya, Kei or Kei.

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