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Cymraeg: Pentref (a chymuned) ym Mhowys, yw Bugeildy (Saesneg: Beguildy). Saif bron ar y ffîn a Lloegr, ar lan orllewinol Afon Tefeidiad, i'r gogledd-orllewin o Dref-y-clawdd. Mae croglen yr eglwys yn dyddio o'r 15fed ganrif, ac mae gweddillion castell mwnt a beili Normanaidd gerllaw.
English: Beguildy is a village in the community of the same name, in Powys, mid Wales. It lies in a remote tract of countryside, on the B4355 8 miles north west of Knighton and on the road to Newtown. It lies near the headwaters of the River Teme and is 235 metres above sea level. The name of the parish means "the shepherd's house", a reference to the pastoral occupation of its inhabitants.
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