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The name Penarth may derive from the Welsh words "pen", meaning head or end, and "Arth" (meaning bear), thus 'the end of the land where bears live'. Alternatively it could be named after Saint Bartholomew. The town's Welsh name is (). In Norman times it was known as Pentir, a reference to its position at the far tip of an elongated piece of land. It has also been suggested that Glamorgan was formerly known as Morgannwg (land of Morgan) and Penarth was one end ("Pen") thereof; however there is no evidence for this claim which appears to have arisen in Victorian times.