the other world; the land of fairies.
historical examples

he is created in the lowest stage of life, in annwfn, the shadowy abyss at the base of abred.
astronomical myths john f. blake

in the tale of pwyll, the earliest reference to annwfn occurs.
the religion of the ancient celts j. a. macculloch

hence the name annwfn has probably taken the place of some earlier pagan t-tle of elysium.
the religion of the ancient celts j. a. macculloch

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