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Gruffudd Llwyd (fl. c.1380–1410) was a Welsh language poet.
Gruffudd composed poems on themes of love and religion. His surviving work is characterised with the anti-English sentiment leading up to the rebellion led by Owain Glyndŵr.
- Henry Lewis, Thomas Roberts ac Ifor Williams (ed.), Cywyddau Iolo Goch ac Eraill, 1350-1450 (Bangor, 1925; Cardiff, 1937)
- Rhiannon Ifans (ed.), Gwaith Gruffudd Llwyd a'r Llygliwiaid eraill (University of Wales, 2000)
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