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  • proper noun A village located in southern Gwynedd of Wales.

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Examples

  • Since he had something to do in Abergynolwyn anyway.

    The Grey King

  • John Rowlands decided that he would go to Abergynolwyn, nearby, to fetch the spark plug Rhys wanted from the garage there.

    The Grey King

  • Idris and he went off to Abergynolwyn half an hour ago.

    The Grey King

  • John Rowlands decided that he would go to Abergynolwyn, nearby, to fetch the spark plug Rhys wanted from the garage there.

    The Grey King

  • Idris and he went off to Abergynolwyn half an hour ago.

    The Grey King

  • Since he had something to do in Abergynolwyn anyway.

    The Grey King

  • "I've served for eight-and-a-half years with the Royal Marines, and have done two tours in Afghanistan, so I had the most experience," said the former Tywyn school student, who has a home in Abergynolwyn.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • People used to visit Tywyn and go on to Bardsey—and so, they say, there is an old pilgrims’ road that goes over the mountain from Machynlleth to Tywyn, past Abergynolwyn.

    Greenwitch

  • People used to visit Tywyn and go on to Bardsey—and so, they say, there is an old pilgrims’ road that goes over the mountain from Machynlleth to Tywyn, past Abergynolwyn.

    Greenwitch

  • People used to visit Tywyn and go on to Bardsey—and so, they say, there is an old pilgrims’ road that goes over the mountain from Machynlleth to Tywyn, past Abergynolwyn.

    Greenwitch

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