Definitions for wynnwɪn
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
also wen, 2
a character (ƿ) representing the sound (w) in Old English and early Middle English manuscripts, based on a rune with the same phonetic value.
Origin of wynn:
bef. 1100; ME wen, OE wyn(n) lit., joy (see winsome , wish )
a letter of the Old English alphabet, borrowed from the futhark and used to represent the sound of w; replaced in Middle English times by the digraph uu, which later developed into the letter w.
Origin: wynn, from Common *wunjō, from wn-yeH₂, derived from *wen- ("desire").
a kind of timber truck, or carriage