Meaning : Fair poetry, Fair Poetry,
Pronunciation : ke-RID-wen ,
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Numerology information Ceridwen:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Ceridwen:
Welsh Meaning: The name Ceridwen is a Welsh baby name. In Welsh the meaning of the name Ceridwen is: From 'cerdd' meaning poetry and 'gwen' meaning fair or white. Famous bearer: Ceridwen, the Welsh goddess of poetic inspiration.
Means "blessed poetry" from Welsh cerdd "poetry" and gwen "white, fair, blessed". This is the name of a Celtic goddess of poetry.
Definition funny of Ceridwen:
A little bit special but also amazing, wonderful, or off the hook.
"Man your so Ceridwen"
Expression information Ceridwen:
People with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.
Soul information Ceridwen:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.
Songs about Ceridwen:
Ceridwen and Taliesin by Damh the Bard from the Album Antlered Crown and Standing Stone
Ceridwen's Curse by Adiemus from the Album Adiemus IV - The Eternal Knot
Ceridwen's Curse (Live) by Adiemus from the Album Adiemus Live
Ceridwen by The Advisory Circle from the Album As The Crow Flies
Ceridwen by Dodo Hug from the Album Câméléon
Ceridwen by John Best from the Album Shadows and Critters
Ceridwen by Dodo Hug from the Album Ma Collection (Best of Dodo Hug 1985-2004)
Books about Ceridwen:
Ceridwen's Handbook of Incense, Oils, and Candles: Being a Guide to the Magickal and Spiritual Uses of Oils, Incense... by Maya Heath (Aug 1996)
Ceridwen of Kilton: Book Two of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga by Octavia Randolph (Sep 26, 2012)
The Circle of Ceridwen: Book One of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga (Volume 1) by Octavia Randolph (Sep 5, 2014)
The Hall of Tyr: Book Four of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga by Octavia Randolph (Jun 19, 2014)
The Claiming: Book Three of The Circle of Ceridwen Saga by Octavia Randolph (Sep 26, 2012)
The Cauldron of Ceridwen (The Persephane Pendrake Chronicles Book 2) by Lady Ellen (Jan 22, 2014)
Ceridwen, Lady of The Myths by Alistair Roberts (Apr 15, 2013)
Movies about Ceridwen:
Ceridwen and Activating Your Deeper Knowledge 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Directed by: UNAVAILABLE
Ceridwen and Activating Your Deeper Knowledge 2013 - Runtime: 1 hr 11 mins
Wiki information Ceridwen:
In Welsh medieval legend, Ceridwen was an enchantress. She is the mother of a hideous son, Morfran, and a beautiful daughter, Creirwy. Her husband was Tegid Foel, and they lived near Bala Lake in north Wales. Medieval Welsh poetry refers to her as...
Ceridwen Dovey is a South African and Australian social anthropologist and author.
Having grown up with the name Ceridwen, I can say that it is not an ideal name for a baby. The hard C is almost always mispronounced. The C, E, D, and N make it really hard to spell over the phone: my whole life I have been spelling out my name Charlie Echo Romeo India Delta Whiskey Echo November.
And the most easy to understand nickname is Ceri - which sounds like Carrie, and thus sounds completely mundane and boring!
Trying to actually go by Ceridwen has been impossible, and I have had to settle for nicknames my whole life.
Typical introductions go something like this:
"Hi! My name is Ceridwen."
"Say that again?"
"Thanks, my mom gave it to me."
"Ceridwen. Wow, where did it come from?"
"It's the name of a Welsh Godess."
"Oh, are you Welsh?"
If I had a dollar for every time I had that exact conversation....
So yea, it's a nifty name, but not particularly practical, unless you want you daughter's name to be mispronounced and misspelled for her entire life.
Ceris (traditional Welsh)
Ceri (American - pronounced like Carrie or Keri)
A celtic name, meaning the keeper of the cauldron.
Welsh. The goddess of poetic inspiration. Derived from cerdd="poetry" and (g)wen="white, fair, blessed, holy".
Said to have been the mother of legendary Welsh hero Taliesin but this may not be a literal son, but a figurative one.