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Einion means Anvil in Welsh, and may refer to:
- Cadwallon Lawhir ap Einion (c. 460-534; reigned from c. 500) a king of Gwynedd in Wales
- Cefn Einion, small dispersed village in South Shropshire, England
- Einion ap Gollwyn, possibly legendary Welsh prince of the eleventh century
- Einion ap Gwalchmai (1202–1223), Welsh court poet
- Einion ap Gwgon (fl. c. 1215), Welsh language court poet
- Einion Offeiriad (“Einion the Priest”) (died 1356), Welsh language poet and grammarian
- Einion Wan (fl. c. 1202-45) was a Welsh language court poet
- Einion Yrth ap Cunedda (c. 420-500; reigned from the 470s), a king of Gwynedd
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