Nightbringer | The Arthurian Online Encyclopedia

Cwm Cerwyn

A valley or glen, probably in western England, where the boar Twrch Trwyth made a stand against Arthur’s warriors during the epic hunt, and killed GwarthegyddTarawgRhunYsgonanGwydreGarselidGlew, and Ysgawyn.

Cwm, means a low place enclosed with hills in Welsh. The Saxonized form is comb or combe, which can be found in the name of cities, such as: Widecomb, Nettlecomb, Kingcombe.

Culhwch and Olwen | Late 11th century