Lud

British - A river-god. A king of Britain. Son of Beli. Brother of Cassivellaunus and Nennius. Father of Androgeus and Tenuantius. The British version of Lludd. He is said to have founded London and defended it from many perils. He was succeeded by his brother Cassivellaunus. In some accounts he had a silver hand, like Nuada, and was called Llawereint. Also called Lud, Immanuence, Immanuence, Lud, King Brown, King Brown, Lud, King Bruin, King Bruin, Lud, Llawereint, Llawereint, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Lludd, Lludd Llawereint, Lludd Llawereint, Ludd, Ludd or Lud.

lud

Russian - Sacrificial groves. Occasionally referred to as lud, Immanuence, Immanuence, Lud, Lud, King Brown, King Brown, Lud, King Bruin, King Bruin, Lud, Llawereint, Llawereint, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Lludd, Lludd Llawereint, Lludd Llawereint, Ludd, Ludd or Lud.

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