Gerallt

Origin : Welsh,

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Gerallt Expression, Gerallt Soul Urge, Gerallt Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Gerallt:

additionalWelsh form of GERALD

songs

Songs about Gerallt:

songsGerallt Gymro by Mim Twm Llai from the Album Goreuon

songsGerallt Gymro by Mim Twm Llai from the Album Yr Eira Mawr

songsTu Fewn Ceg Gerallt (In Gerallt's Mouth) by Ectogram from the Album Eliot's Violet Hour

books

Books about Gerallt:

booksGerallt Gymro (Storiau Hanes Cymru) (Welsh Edition) by John Evans and Roger Payne (Feb 1997)

booksGerallt Gymro by Thomas Jones (1938)

booksGERALLT GYMRO (Jan 1, 1947)

booksGyrfa Gerallt (Project Defnyddiau ac Adnoddau y Swyddfa Gymreig) by R. J. Morris (Oct 4, 1984)

booksCartoon Booklets: Gerallt Ar Gychwyn (Cartoon bookletsa) by Robert M. Morris (Dec 31, 1988)

booksCartoon Booklets: Gerallt Mewn Mynachlog (Cartoon bookletsa) by Robert M. Morris (Dec 31, 1988)

booksCartoon Booklets: Gerallt Yn y Gogledd (Cartoon bookletsa) by Robert M. Morris (Dec 31, 1988)

wiki

Wiki information Gerallt:

Gerallt Lloyd Owen
Deceased Person, Person

Gerallt Lloyd Owen was a Welsh-language poet, considered one of the best "strict metre poets" in Wales. He began as a "political poet" in the 1960s, often using Medieval forms or imagery for purposes of Welsh nationalism. His political works at times...

Gerald of Wales
Politician, Person, Author, Deceased Person, Influence Node

Gerald of Wales, was archdeacon of Brecon and chronicler of his times. Born ca. 1146 at Manorbier Castle in Pembrokeshire, Wales, he was of mixed Norman and Welsh descent; he is also known as Gerald de Barri.