Olaf

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Olaf (play /ˈləf/, /ˈlɑːf/, or British /ˈlæf/; Old Norse: Ōleifr, Anleifr; Old English: Ǣlāf, Anlāf) is a Germanic name of Proto-Germanic origin, meaning "ancestor's heirloom". It was borrowed into Old Irish and spelled Amlaíb. This may refer to:

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Kings

Norse:

Norse-Gaelic: Not all the following were strictly Norse-Gaels, but simply share one of the most common Norse-Gaelic names.

Of Mann and the Isles:

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Places

King of Fat

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