Iorwerth

Iorwerth (ˈjɔrwɛrθ) is a Welsh name, composed of two elements: iôr meaning `lord` and berth meaning `fair` or `handsome`. (Both morphemes are somewhat archaic in Modern Welsh.) The name has historically been associated with the name Edward, although the names do not have a common origin and neither name is a translation of the other. Be...
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Iorwerth

[bishop of St David`s] Iorwerth, O.Praem., was formerly abbot of the house of Premonstratensian canons regular at Talyllychan in Wales. He was elected to the vacant Diocese of St David`s in 1215. ...
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