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Cwm Symlog, 7 m. from Aberystwith, Cardigan; P.O.

Cwm Tillery, 2 miles from Abertillery sta., Mon-
mouthshire ; P.O.

Cwmaman, 2m. fromAberdare, Glamorgan; P.O.,T.O.

Cwmamman, eccl. dist. and vil., Llandilofawr,
Bettws, Llandebie, and Quarter Bach pars., Carmar-
thenshire, and Llanguick par., Glamorgan—dist., pop.
5399; vil., 5 miles NE. of Pantyffynnon Junction ;
P.O., T.O., called Cwm Amman.

Cwmarlcs, hamlet, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth par., N.
Carmarthenshire, 94 miles E. of Newcastle Emlyn.

Cwmbach, hamlet, 2 miles from Aberdare, N.
Glamorgan; P.O., T.O.

Cwmban, hamlet, Llanfynydd par., Carmarthen-
shire, 5 miles NW. of Llandilofawr.

Cwmbran, seat of ironworks withry. sta., on Brecon
and Monmouth Canal, 4 miles NW. of Newport, Mon-
mouthshire ; P.O., T.O.

Cwmbreeth, hamlet, in co. and 8 m. W. of Radnor.

Cwmbrwynog, mountain vale, Carnarvonshire,
in the ascent of Snowdon from Llanberis.

Cwmburla, hamlet, 14 m. from Swansea, Glamorgan.

Cwmbychan, mountain hollow with lakelet, 4 miles
E. of Harlech, Merioneth.

Cwincarvan, par., in co. and 34 miles SW. of Mon-
mouth, 2875 ac., pop. 240.

Cwmcawlwyd, hamlet, in par. and 4 miles from
Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire.

Cwmcelwydd, place, Llanymowddwy par., E. Meri-
oneth, 4 miles NE. of Dinas Mowddwy.

Cwmcerw, hamlet, 3 miles SW. of Aberystwith,

Cwmcerwyn Hill, highest summit of the Preselley
range, Pembrokeshire, alt. 1754 ft.

Cwmcewydd, hamlet, 1 mile SE. of Dinas Mowddwy,

Cwmcillyn, hamlet, 12 miles SW. of Abergavenny,

Cwnicotbi, hamlet, near source of river Cothi, 74
miles NW. of Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.

Cwmcoy, another name for Brongwyn : which see.

Cwmcycb, vil., Kilrhedin par., Carmarthenshire, 4
miles SW. of Newcastle Emlyn.

Cwmdare, hamlet, Aberdare par., Glamorgan, form-
ing SW. portion of the pari. bor. of Merthyr Tydfil.

Cwmdanddwr, par., W. Radnorshire, on river Wye,
2 miles S.^of Rhayader, 32,000 ac., pop. 744.

Cwindu.—vil., Llangynwyd par., Glamorgan, 6 m.
NW. of Bridgend, A4210 ac., pop. 6232; iron and coal
mines.—2. Cwmdu, vil., 44 m. NW. of Crickhowell,
Brecknockshire; P.O.

Cwmduad, in co. and 9 miles from Carmarthen ; P.O.

Cwindwr.—mountain pass, on W. border of Breck-
nockshire, 4 miles NAV. of Trecastle.—2. Cwindwr,
mountain pass, N. Carmarthenshire, on road from
Llanwrda to Lampeter.

Cwmdyli, mountain hollow, under Snowdon, mid.
Carnarvonshire, 4 miles SW. of Capel Curig.

Cwmelan, seat, 5 m. SW. of Rhayader, Radnorshire.

Cwinforgan, vil., Kilrhedin par., Carmarthenshire,
4 miles SAV. of Newcastle Emlyn.

Cwinffrwdoer, hamlet, Trevethin par., Monmouth-
shire, near Pontnewynydd sta.

Cwingaist, hamlet, Llanbister par., Radnorshire, 104
miles NW. of Knighton.

Cwmgilla, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SW. of
Knighton, Radnorshire.

Cwmglyn, romantic glen, W. Monmouthshire; tra-
versed by Pontypool and Swansea Ry.

Cwingoron, township, Castle Caereinion par., E.
Montgomeryshire, near Welshpool.

Cwmgrynglyn, hamlet, 8 miles NE. of Rhayader,

Cwingwili, beautiful vale, in co. and 2 miles N. of
Carmarthen; traversed by Carmarthen and Cardigan Ry.

Cwnihesian, hamlet, on river Cayne, 84 miles N. of
Dolgelly, Merioneth; has zinc and lead mines.

Cwmlecbwedd, place, Llanbister par., Radnorshire,
10 miles NW. of Knighton.

Cwmllan, dark glen, under Snowdon, Carnarvon-
shire, 3 miles NE. of Beddgelert.

Cwmllech, hamlet, Pennant par., Montgomeryshire,
94 miles NW. of Llanfyllin.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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Cum is a Welsh word signifying “ an upland hollow,” and
is equal to the Saxon
Combe or Coomb.

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