I've never heard of it with a female context. Dyfnallt is often written in
older documents for the Devonald family of Pembrokeshire which I have
researched back to the 1300's....and from older records you can see a type
of evolution for the name.....so it is probably the equivalent as written in
Welsh. I have seen it used in fairly recent years as the middle name of a
person who was a lecturer and possible author and I could not find any
connection between him and the Devonalds.
Bettye Kirkwood, Australia.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jill Muir" <jill(a)muir.clara.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 3:04 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] Welsh given name
Hello Listers, Can you tell me if Dyfnallt ?
Is a female name please? Is this the correct spelling too please?
Jill Muir, Kingston Bagpuize, Oxfordshire, UK
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