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" Lady; one of the most beantiful creatures that mortal eyes ever beheld, her hair flowed gracefully in ringlets over her shoulders, the tresses of which she arranged with a comb, whilst the glassy surface of her watery couch served for the purpose of a... "
The physicians of Myddvai: Meddygon Myddfai, or The medical practice of the ... - Side xxiv
af Meddygon Myddvai - 1861 - 470 sider
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Y Cymmrodor, Bind 2–4

1878
...astonishment, he beheld, sitting on the unruffled surface of the water, a Lady; one of the most beantiful creatures that mortal eyes ever beheld, her hair flowed...attempted to touch her, but she eluded his grasp, saying ' Cras dy fara; Nid hawdd fy nala.' ' Hard baked is thy bread! 'Tis not easy to catch me;' and immediately...
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Y Cymmrodor: Embodying the Transactions of the Honourable Society of ..., Bind 4

Robert Jones, Thomas Powel - 1881
...from Blaensawdde house." Llyn-y-Van-Vach, on the north-western side of the Carmarthenshire Vans. " The son grew up to manhood, and was generally sent...attempted to touch her, but she eluded his grasp, saying ' Cras dy fara; Nid hawdd fy nala.' ' Hard baked is thy bread f "Tis not easy to catch me ;' and immediately...
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Welsh Folk-lore: a Collection of the Folk-tales and Legends of North Wales ...

Elias Owen - 1896 - 359 sider
...hair sitting on the unruffled surface of the lake combing her tresses, the water serving as a mirror. Suddenly she beheld the young man standing on the...attempted to touch her, but she eluded his grasp, saying Cras dy fara ; Nid hawdd fy nala. Hard baked is thy bread ; It is not easy to catch me. She immediately...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog




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