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Pughe (William Owen)

  • d. 1835
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Welsh scholar, antiquarian, author, lexicographer; author of a Welsh and English Dictionary (1803)
scribes:Pughe (William Owen)
scribes:Pughe (William Owen)
Pughe, William Owen, “The invocation [Felicia Hemans, 1826]: Y goralwant”, Y Cymmrodor 1 (1877): 40–41.
Internet Archive – vol. 1: <link> Google Books – vols 1–2 (incl. supplements): <link> HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, and Robert John Pryse, Geiriadur cenhedlaethol, Cymraeg a Saesneg: a national dictionary of the Welsh language, 2 vols, vol. 2: [E–Y], Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1873.
HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, Owen Jones, and Edward Williams, Barddoniaeth Dafydd ab Gwilym, ed. Robert Ellis, new ed., Liverpool, 1873.
Pughe, William Owen, and Robert John Pryse, Geiriadur cenhedlaethol, Cymraeg a Saesneg: a national dictionary of the Welsh language, 2 vols, 3rd ed., Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1866–1873.
Pughe, William Owen, and Robert John Pryse, Geiriadur cenhedlaethol, Cymraeg a Saesneg: a national dictionary of the Welsh language, 2 vols, vol. 1: [Introductions, prefaces, A–D], Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1866.
HathiTrust: <link> HathiTrust – Reprint (T. Gee and son, 1890): <link>
Pughe, William Owen, “The Mabinogi of Taliesin”, The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repository 5:18–19 (April-July, 1833): 198–214, 366–382.
Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales: <link> Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, A dictionary of the Welsh language: explained in English [...] to which is prefixed, the Welsh grammar, 2 vols, 2nd ed., Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1832.
Pughe, William Owen, A dictionary of the Welsh language: explained in English [...] to which is prefixed, the Welsh grammar, 2 vols, vol. 1: [Grammar, A–D], 2nd ed., Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1832.
HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, A dictionary of the Welsh language: explained in English [...] to which is prefixed, the Welsh grammar, 2 vols, vol. 2: [E–Y, Outline...], 2nd ed., Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1832.
HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, and Humphreys Parry [notes], “An outline of the characteristics of the Welsh: and its utility in connection with other ancient languages for developing the primitive speech of mankind”, in: William Owen Pughe, A dictionary of the Welsh language: explained in English [...] to which is prefixed, the Welsh grammar, 2 vols, vol. 2: [E–Y, Outline...], 2nd ed., Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1832. 1–55 (separately numbered).
HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen [ed. and tr.], “The Mabinogion: or the romance of Math ab Mathonwy”, The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repository 1 (1829): 170–179, 395–404, 305–310 [sic], 416–427.
Pughe, William Owen, “Catalogue of the Myvyrian MSS. belonging to the Cymmrodorion”, Transactions of the Cymmrodorion 1 (1822): 177–202.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive – originally from Google Books: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, “The tale of Pwyll”, The Cambro-Briton 2:18 (Feb., 1821): 271–275.
Pughe, William Owen, Cadwedigaeth yr iaith Gymraeg: yn III rhan, mewn dull cryno, hylith, a hygof, Bala: R. Saunderson, 1808. 72 pp.
HathiTrust – originally from Google Books: <link>
Jones, Owen, Edward Williams, and William Owen Pughe, The Myvyrian archaiology of Wales: collected out of ancient manuscripts, 3 vols, London: S. Rousseau, 1801–1807.
Jones, Owen, Edward Williams, and William Owen Pughe, The Myvyrian archaiology of Wales: collected out of ancient manuscripts, 3 vols, vol. 3: Prose, London: S. Rousseau, 1807.
 : <link> Library.wales: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, A grammar of the Welsh language, London: Printed for E. Williams, 1803.
Digitale-sammlungen.de: <link> Digitale-sammlungen.de: View in Mirador
Pughe, William Owen, The Cambrian biography: or, historical notices of celebrated men among the ancient Britons, London: E. Williams, 1803.
HathiTrust – originally from Google Books: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, Geiriadur Cymmraeg a Saesoneg: a Welsh and English dictionary [...] to which is prefixed, a Welsh grammar, 2 vols, vol. 2: [G–Y, Addenda], 1st ed., London: E. and T. Williams, 1803.
HathiTrust: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, Geiriadur Cymmraeg a Saesoneg: a Welsh and English dictionary [...] to which is prefixed, a Welsh grammar, 2 vols, 1st ed., London: E. and T. Williams, 1793–1803.
Jones, Owen, Edward Williams, and William Owen Pughe, The Myvyrian archaiology of Wales: collected out of ancient manuscripts, 3 vols, vol. 1: Poetry, London: S. Rousseau, 1801.
 : <link> Library.wales: <link> Library.wales: View in Mirador BSB: <link>
Jones, Owen, Edward Williams, and William Owen Pughe, The Myvyrian archaiology of Wales: collected out of ancient manuscripts, 3 vols, vol. 2: Prose, London: S. Rousseau, 1801.
 : <link> Library.wales: <link>
Pughe, William Owen (ed.), The Cambrian Register 2 (1799), London: printed for E. and T. Williams.
Welsh Journals Online: <link>
Pughe, William Owen (ed.), The Cambrian Register 1 (1795, 1796), London: Printed for E. and T. Williams.
Welsh Journals Online: <link>
Pughe, William Owen, “The Mabinogion, or juvenile amusements, being ancient Welsh romances”, The Cambrian Register 1 (1796): 177–187.
Welsh Journals Online: <link>


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Fenton (Richard)
(1747–1821)
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Owen (Aneurin)
Owen (Aneurin)
(1792–1851)
Welsh historian and scholar, son of William Owen Pughe; known for his editions of Cyfraith Hywel Dda.

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Welsh biography online, Online: National Library of Wales, 2009–present. URL: <https://biography.wales>.
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