His biography, He Flew Like a Madman, was written by Kennilworthy Whisp (QA). Tragically, he was eaten by a Chimaera while on holiday in Mykonos, Greece; he was so well known that a national day of mourning was held for Welsh witches and wizards (QA7).
Dai is the Welsh nickname for Dafydd (English: David) and means "beloved" (Behind the Name).
Llewellyn may derive from Welsh llwy "leader" or the Celtic god's name Lugh, combined with eilun "image". The surname is usually spelled Llewelyn, the "ll" would give the name a different pronunciation (unusual in Cymraeg/Welsh). Llew also means "lion" in Welsh, appropriate for such a bold player (Internet Surname Database).
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