- One who cultivates an unusually high sensitivity to beauty, as in art or nature.
- One whose pursuit and admiration of beauty is regarded as excessive or affected.
Afanc: a lake monster (exact lake varies by story)
Coblynau: little people and mine spirits
Coraniaid: a mysterious race of beings who plagued the Island of Britain
Cwn Annwn: hunting dogs of the Otherworld
Cyhyraeth: death spirit
Y Diawl: The Devil*
Dreigiau: Dragons (the most famous being Y Ddraig Goch)
Gwyllgi: a large black dog that haunts lonely roads.
Gwyllion: a kind of spirit
Llamhigyn y Dwr: a frog-bat-lizard hybrid
Morgens: water spirits
Pwca: shapeshifting animal spirit
Tylwyth Teg: the fairy folk, inhabitants of the Otherworld
* The devil was said to have built various bridges in Wales (including Devil’s Bridge, Ceredigion), and to appear to sinners in the form of a horned, black-faced shepherd leading a pack of dogs. Sometimes associated with the bobtailed black sow known as Yr Hwch Ddu Gwta.
Ref: DMC Embroidery Threads
Bideana ChlasThuill (An Teallach)
Meall a’Chrasgaidh (Fannaichs)
Mullach an Rathain (Liathach)
Ruadh-stac Mor (Beinn Eighe)
Sgurr Fiona (An Teallach)
Sgùrr Mhòr (Beinn Alligin)
Sgurr Mor (Fannaichs)
Spidean a’ Choire Lèith (Liathach)
Spidean Coire nan Clach (Beinn Eighe)
Tom na Gruagaich (An Teallach)
2. Merthyr Tydfil