Son of Arthur mentioned in Welsh legend.

He was one of his father’s warriors and advisors. He appears in Chrétien de Troyes as Loholt, but they were probably different characters originally. The Welsh storytellers considered him powerful and fearless.

An early Welsh poem known as Mi a Wum contains the passage:

I have been where Llacheu was slain, son of Arthur, marvelous in songs, when ravens croaked over blood.