Definition of Llewelyn in English:

Llewelyn

Syllabification: Llew·e·lyn
Pronunciation: /ˌlo͝oˈelən
 
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( Died 1282), prince of Gwynedd in North Wales; also known as Llywelyn ap Gruffydd. Proclaiming himself prince of all Wales in 1258, he was recognized by Henry III in 1265. His refusal to pay homage to Edward I led the latter to subjugate Wales 1277–84; Llewelyn died in an unsuccessful rebellion.

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