Ceridwen soon found that she was pregnant, and knew that her child would be Gwion reborn and that he would remember his previous life and retain all the knowledge that he had stolen from her son. She swore that she would kill him as soon as he was born, but the baby was so beautiful that she couldn't bring herself to do it. Instead, she wrapped him in a sealskin and set him out to sea. The baby was rescued by a Celtic prince named Elffin, who named him Taliesin. He grew up to be one of the greatest bards of Celtic history.
Ceridwen's name means "blessed poetry", and has several variations, including CARIDWEN, CEREDUIN, CERRIDU, CERRIDWEN, KERIDWEN, KERRIDWEN, KERITUEN, KERRITUEN, KERRITWEN, KYRRIDUEN, and KYRRITUEN.
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