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BDe Buched Dewi, gol. D. Simon Evans (Caerdydd, 1965).

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BSM Buchedd Sant Martin, gol. E.J. Jones (Caerdydd, 1945).

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GDB Gwaith Dafydd Benfras ac Eraill o Feirdd Hanner Cyntaf y Drydedd Ganrif ar Ddeg, gol. N.G. Costigan (Bosco) et al. (Caerdydd, 1979).

GDC Gwaith Dafydd y Coed a Beirdd Eraill o Lyfr Coch Hergest, gol. R.I. Daniel (Aberystwyth, 2002).

GDEp Gwaith Dafydd Epynt, gol. Owen Thomas (Aberystwyth, 2002).

GDID Gwaith Deio ab Ieuan Du a Gwilym ab Ieuan Hen, gol. A.E. Davies (Caerdydd, 1992).

GDLl Gwaith Dafydd Llwyd o Fathafarn, gol. W.L. Richards (Caerdydd, 1964).

GGDT Gwaith Gruffudd ap Dafydd ap Tudur, Gwilym Ddu o Arfon, Trahaearn Brydydd Mawr ac Iorwerth Beli, gol. N.G. Costigan (Bosco) et al. (Aberystwyth, 1995).

GGGr Gwaith Gruffudd Gryg, gol. B.J. Lewis ac E. Salisbury (Aberystwyth, 2010).

GGLl Gwaith Gruffudd Llwyd a’r Llygliwiaid Eraill, gol. Rh. Ifans (Aberystwyth, 2000).

GGM Gwaith Gwerful Mechain ac Eraill, gol. Nerys Ann Howells (Aberystwyth, 2001).

GGMD Gwaith Gruffudd ap Maredudd, gol. B.J. Lewis, 2 gyfrol (Aberystwyth, 2003–5).

GG.net www.gutorglyn.net.

GHC Gwaith Hywel Cilan, gol. I. Jones (Caerdydd, 1963).

GHD Gwaith Huw ap Dafydd ap Llywelyn ap Madog, gol. A. Cynfael Lake (Aberystwyth, 1995).

GHDafi Gwaith Hywel Dafi, gol. A. Cynfael Lake, 2 gyfrol (Aberystwyth, 2015).

GHS Gwaith Hywel Swrdwal a’i deulu, gol. D. Foster Evans (Aberystwyth, 2000).

GIBH Gwaith Ieuan Brydydd Hir, gol. M.P. Bryant-Quinn (Aberystwyth, 2000).

GIG Gwaith Iolo Goch, gol. D. Johnston (Caerdydd, 1988).

GIGeth Gwaith Ieuan Gethin, gol. A. Parry Owen (Aberystwyth, 2013).

GILlF Gwaith Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan, Ieuan Llwyd Brydydd a Lewys Aled, gol. M.P. Bryant-Quinn (Aberystwyth, 2003)

GIRh Gwaith Ieuan ap Rhydderch, gol. R. Iestyn Daniel (Aberystwyth, 2003).

GLD Gwaith Lewys Daron, gol. A. Cynfael Lake (Caerdydd, 1994).

GLGC Gwaith Lewys Glyn Cothi, gol. D. Johnston (Caerdydd, 1995).

GLl Gwaith Llawdden, gol. R. Iestyn Daniel (Aberystwyth, 2006).

GLlBH Gwaith Llywelyn Brydydd Hoddnant, Dafydd ap Gwilym, Hillyn ac eraill, gol. A. Parry Owen a D. Foster Evans (Aberystwyth, 1996).

GLlF Gwaith Llywelyn Fardd I ac Eraill o Feirdd y Ddeuddegfed Ganrif, gol. K.A. Bramley et al. (Caerdydd, 1994).

GLlGt Gwaith Llywelyn ap Gutun, gol. R. Iestyn Daniel (Aberystwyth, 2007).

GLlLl Gwaith Llywarch ap Llywelyn ‘Prydydd y Moch’, gol. E.M. Jones (Caerdydd, 1989).

GLM Gwaith Lewys Môn, gol. E.I. Rowlands (Caerdydd, 1975).

GLMorg Gwaith Lewys Morgannwg, gol. A. Cynfael Lake (Aberystwyth, 2004).

GM Gwassanaeth Meir, gol. B.F. Roberts (Caerdydd, 1962).

GMB Gwaith Meilyr Brydydd a’i Ddisgynyddion, gol. J.E.C. Williams et al. (Caerdydd, 1994).

GMD Gwaith Madog Dwygraig, gol. H. Meirion Edwards (Aberystwyth, 2006).

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GRhGE Gwaith Rhys Goch Eryri, gol. Dylan Foster Evans (Aberystwyth, 2007).

GSC Gwaith Siôn Ceri, gol. A. Cynfael Lake (Aberystwyth, 1996).

GSDT Gwaith Syr Dafydd Trefor, gol. Rhiannon Ifans (Aberystwyth, 2005).

GTP Gwaith Tudur Penllyn ac Ieuan ap Tudur Penllyn, gol. T. Roberts (Caerdydd, 1958).

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