In some Arthurian tales a character named "Menw" occurs, e.g. from Kilhwch and Olwen, or The Twrch Trwyth: (emphasis added)
And Arthur called Menw the son of Teirgwaedd, in order that if they went into a savage country, he might cast a charm and an illusion over them, so that none might see them whilst they could see every one.
I wonder how this name (of Welsh origin?) is pronounced in English; or if there is a conventional English pronunciation.
I browsed several dictionaries (Cambridge, Oxford, Webster), but I couldn't find an entry for "Menw", nor any similar names or words. There is a Wikipedia article but unfortunately it doesn't include the name's pronunciation.
If I were to guess, I'd pronounce it "Menew" or "Menoo", i.e. /menuː/ – the first part like men /men/ and the last part like flew /fluː/ or boo /buː/.
Can someone enlighten me, please? Am I on the right track?