I think we are going a little wild here. I am not disagreeing that the Celtic word pwcca is the same in origin as the English word Puck. But Puck has been known as Puck since Shakespeare's time at least, and probably long before. To suggest that in 1850 a town council in Norfolk would say Let us rename that road - it is supposed to be haunted - what do you call the things? Pwccas? Call it Polka Road then. No no!
We do however have a shoal near Cromer which is called Robin Friend on the same basis as Puck being called Robin Goodfellow, to make it well disposed
I have spoken to relatives in Abercarn who were somewhat indignant over the idea they would confuse Pwcca Trwyn with The Polka
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