1. Selyf

      Son of Sinoid. Selyf was one of Arthurís warriors in Culhwch and Olwen.

      His name is a Welsh variation of Solomon.

    2. Selyf

      Son of Smoit. He is on the court list in Culhwch and is probably identical with the Selyf mentioned below.

      The name is possible referring to a king of Powys, Selyf mab Cynan, who lived in the seventh century. He is found in several genealogies and the Triads as one of the Three Battle Defenders of the Island of Britain.

    3. Selyf

      A warrior from Powys who served Owain. He was the son of Cynan White Shank.