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Guingalois See: Gwenolé
Gulide Átha Lóchi See: Gulide of Áth Lóche
- supp. fl. first half of the 9th century
- Áth Lóche
In the tale Erchoitmed ingine Gulidi, an unkind and feared satirist (cáinte) resident in Áth Lóche in Munster.
Gurdisten See: Wrdisten
- fl. c.1431–c.1490
- Valle Crucis, Dyffryn Ceiriog
Welsh poet who produced a substantial body of praise poetry. His patrons included men such as Sir Richard Gethin of Builth, William Herbert of Raglan, Sir Roger Kynaston of Knockin and Henry Griffith of Newcourt.
- fl. second half of the 15th century
Gutun Owain (Gruffudd ap Huw ab Owain), Welsh poet and scribe
- fl. c.1130–1180
Welsh poet from Anglesey, one of the early Gogynfeirdd.
British barrister, Cornish-language scholar and collector.
Gwegen (Tangi) See: Tanguy Gueguen
Gweirydd ap Rhys See: Robert John Pryse
- fl. c. 650
Nun and saint associated with Holywell (Ffynnon Wenfrewi or Treffynon, Flintshire) and Gwytherin (Denbighshire); niece to St Beuno.