Amaethon

[n] - (Welsh) the farmer god
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Amaethon

noun the farmer god; ancient god of agriculture
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Amaethon

Amaethon is a Anglo-Saxon boy name. The meaning of the name is `God of agriculture` The name Amaethon doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Amaethon seems to be unique!
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Amaethon

In Celtic mythology, Amaethon was a son of Don and god of agriculture.
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Amaethon

In Welsh mythology, Amaethon (Amaethon fab Dôn, meaning `Amaethon son of Dôn`) was the god of agriculture, and the son of the goddess Dôn. His name means `labourer` or `ploughman`, and he is cited as being responsible for the Cad Goddeu, or `Battle of Trees`, between the lord of the otherworld, Arawn, and the Children of Dôn (the Welsh...
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