The baby name Lludd is a boy name, 1 syllables long and is pronounced "Lludd: /ɬɪð".
Lludd is a Welsh name that means "king" or "ruler." It is derived from the Welsh word "lludd" which means "lord" or "prince." The name has a rich history in Welsh mythology, as Lludd was the name of a legendary king who was said to have defeated the Fomorians, a race of giants who threatened the land of Britain. Lludd was also known for his wisdom and his ability to solve problems.
The name Lludd is typically used for boys and is pronounced "HLUHD" in Welsh. The name is composed of two syllables, with the first syllable being a voiceless lateral fricative sound that is unique to the Welsh language. The name is not commonly used outside of Wales, but it has a strong cultural significance within Welsh history and mythology.
The origin of the name Lludd can be traced back to ancient Celtic culture, which had a strong influence on Welsh mythology and language. The name is composed of two elements: "llud" which means "lord" or "prince," and the suffix "-d" which is a common ending for Welsh names. The name has been used in Wales for centuries and has been passed down through generations of Welsh families. Today, the name Lludd is still used in Wales, although it is not as common as it once was.