Winifrid


Winifrid
(ou Gwenvred ou Gwenfrewi)
vierge galloise que le prince Caradoc fit décapiter parcequ'elle se refusait à lui. Nom issu du breton "gwenn" (blanc) et "brit" (pensée). Fête le 22 juin.

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