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Afon Cegin Arthur

“River of Arthur’s Kitchen”

The name of a Welsh river, whose name in English means “the River of Arthur’s Kitchen.” It is not associated with a specific, well-known river in reality, it is more of a symbolic or legendary name within the context of Arthurian folklore.

The word afon, “a river,” comes probably from the Celtic awon, which means “the moving water.”

See also
Ffynnon Cegin Arthur | The Legend of King Arthur