‘Cynyr Fair Beard’
One of Arthur’s warriors in Welsh legends. He is named as the father of Cei, a status transferred to Antor (Ector) in French romance. When he found that his wife was pregnant, he made a number of predictions about the marvelous powers Cei would possess, as well as his stubborn disposition. His predictions proved to be accurate.
He was the father of Saint Non, who was the mother of Saint David of Wales; and Saint Wenna, mother of Saint Cybi.
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Culhwch and Olwen | Late 11th century
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Cynyr Ceinfarfog, Lord of Caer Goch | Britannia.com, 2005