The baby name Cadwaladr is a boy name, 4 syllables long and is pronounced "kad-WAL-a-dr".
Cadwaladr is Welsh in Origin.
Cadwaladr is a Welsh name that means "battle leader". It is derived from the Welsh words "cad" meaning "battle" and "gwaladr" meaning "leader". The name has a long history in Wales and is associated with several legendary figures, including Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon, a 7th-century king of Gwynedd who is said to have fought against the Anglo-Saxons. The name has remained popular in Wales and is still used today.
Cadwaladr is a masculine name and is pronounced "kad-WAL-a-dur". The emphasis is on the second syllable, and the "a" in the first syllable is pronounced like the "a" in "cat". The name is relatively uncommon outside of Wales, but it has been used in literature and popular culture. For example, J.R.R. Tolkien used the name Cadwaladr in his Middle-earth legendarium, where it was the name of a legendary king of Gondor.
The name Cadwaladr is of Welsh origin and reflects the rich cultural heritage of Wales. The name is composed of two elements, "cad" and "gwaladr", which together mean "battle leader". This reflects the importance of warfare in Welsh history and the role of leaders in battle. The name has been used by several notable figures throughout Welsh history, and it remains a popular choice for parents in Wales today.