The sea around being terrifically rough, and the waves dashing against and sometimes over the whole mass, the etymology may be penau halit, i.e. salt heads ; either is equally applicable. ... On the same principle the term bank is transferred to the office of a banker, where money is deposited for safety. ... On this account a recent writer gives Caerwy as the proper term, this view is evidently erroneous.
|Title||:||An Essay on the Philosophical Construction of Celtic Nomenclature, More Particularly in Reference to the Welsh Names of Places in Wales ...|
|Author||:||J. James (called Iago Emlyn.)|