Gwyn in a sentence

How to use Gwyn in a Sentence?

  • Mul i bwriais, trais tros ddirnad Duw gwyn, Tremyn ar ddillyn porphor ddillad.
  • Glew ddefawd glyw oesdrawd aesdrai, Ystre hynt, wastad, westrei gwinfydig Gwyn ei fyd bieufei.
  • The builders were warned, supernaturally, that they must seek a spot where on hunting a 'Carw Gwyn' (white stag) would be started.
  • She'd been drinking a lot and her little gray dress looked about as innocent on her as diapers would on Nell Gwyn.
  • Upon the walls hung portraits of the Duchesses of Leeds and Dorset, of Nell Gwyn and the Countess herself, and of Earl Portmore, who married her daughter.
  • Yn rhywiog a wnae'r awel; Aroglai'r manwydd briglas, Y bau a'i chwrlidau'n las; A diffrwyth lysiau'r dyffryn Gwlithog, fyrdd, mewn gwyrdd a gwyn.
  • So was NELL GWYN, first an orange girl and then an actress, who really had good in her, and of whom one of the worst things I know is, that actually she does seem to have been fond of the King.
  • The witty prologue was 'spoken by Mrs. Ellen Gwyn' (who acted Almahide) 'in a Broad-Brimm'd Hat, and Waist Belt'.
  • Steele resided at White House (Ty Gwyn, as it is called in Welsh), a clean farm-house half way between Caermarthen and Llangunnor church, which is situate on a hill commanding extensive views of one of the prettiest values in Wales.
  • Of dramatick immorality he did not want examples among his predecessors, or companions among his contemporaries; but, in the meanness and servility of hyperbolical adulation, I know not whether, since the days in which the Roman emperours were deified, he has been ever equalled, except by Afra Behn, in an address to Eleanor Gwyn.
  • Sefis yn rhyfel, dymgel daith, Rhag estrawn genedl, gwyn anghyfiaith, Sefid Brenin nef, breiniawl gyfraith,
  • yw marmor mynydd, Gwyn ac oer yw ewyn nentydd; Gwyn ac oer yw eira Berwyn, Gwynnach, oerach, dwyfron Rhywun.
  • Cwn Annwn_; but never had any one been favoured with more than a passing view of either, till an old farmer residing at Dyssyrnant, in the adjoining valley of Dyffryn Gwyn, became at last the lucky captor of one of their milk-white kine.
  • Heddyw gwelaf na faidd gelyn--er gwyn, Roi gair yn ei herbyn; A dolef gref sy'n dilyn, "A lwyddo Duw, ni ludd dyn."
  • The Story of Nell Gwyn, and the Sayings of Charles II., related and collected_ by Peter Cunningham, which has just been issued, consists of a reprint of those papers, greatly enlarged and increased in value by the information which has reached the author since they appeared in their original form.
  • Cheese was the one and only other course prescribed by tradition and appetite from the time when Charles II aled and regaled Nell Gwyn at "The Cheese," where Shakespeare is said to have sampled this "kind of a glorified Welsh Rarebit, served piping hot in the square shallow tins in which it is cooked and garnished with sippets of delicately colored toast."
  • Aeth hon fel y Gison gynt: A mawr dwrdd--ym merw'r donn, Cell agerdd cylla eigion: Gwenodd Alun, gwyn ddiluw, Gael yno dorf galon Duw;
  • The Llandrillo Version_. I am indebted for the following tale to Mr. E. S. Roberts, schoolmaster, Llantysilio, near Llangollen:-- Two men whilst otter-hunting in Gwyn Pennant, Llandrillo, saw something reddish scampering away across the ground just before them.
  • From this circumstance the church was called Llan-garw-gwyn, and from this name the transition to Llangar is easy."--_Gossiping Guide to Wales
  • According to Lewis Dwnn, this Agnes Gwyn was daughter and coheiress (by Margaret his wife, daughter of Sir Rhys ab Thomas, K.G.) of Henry ab John of Ryderwen, son and heir (by Mabli, or Eva, his wife, daughter and coheiress of Henry ab Guilym, of Curt Henri and Llanlais, in the vale of Llangathen, Caermarthenshire) of John ab Henry (otherwise Penry), kinsman to

Short Example Sentence for Gwyn

  • Nell Gwyn as represented by Lord Rochester; 4.
  • Dau gennad gwyn!
  • O Dduw gwyn!
  • Jeffreys (D. Gwyn).
  • Lewis (Mrs. Gwyn).
  • CUDYN GWYN.
  • The Welsh name GWYN and the Irish FINN represent the later form of the word.
  • Et GWRIEN et GWYN et GWRIAD.
  • With Illustrations by DOROTHY GWYN JEFFREYS.
  • Gwyn ac oer
  • A Dr Gwyn of Ipswich was his preceptor in this study. '
  • RHYWUN {1c} "Gwyn ac oer yw eira Berwyn."
  • yn nghylch dy dy Na cheiliog gwyn na chath ddu.
  • Clyw! ddolefau, briwiau bron, O'r Twr Gwyn {27} mae'r taer gwynion;
  • And he also said, in reference to Nell Gwyn, 'Do not let poor Nelly starve.'
  • yn nghylch dy dy, Na cheiliog gwyn, na chath ddu.
  • tyfodd gwyn
  • of the History of Nell Gwyn.--
  • [Cartref Gwyn: "Gwynnach, oerach, dwyfron Rhywun.": alun48.jpg] MAES GARMON.
  • [Footnote O: The celebrated Mrs Nell Gwyn.]