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ollamh

(ˈɒlɑːv)
n
a wise man or expert in a particular field of knowledge
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nam si te vel modice meus ingiculus affliiverit uresis intime nec ullus extinguet ardorem tuum, nisi ego, quae duke condiens et ollam et lectulum suave quatere novi.
As with his previous book, Ollam stresses that one should not manipulate locks that are not their own or that they rely upon.
Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of settlements file in the Palestinian Authority in the northern part of the West Bank, told WAFA that a group of masked settlers from the settlements of Givat Ollam and Gidonim accompanied with dogs attacked the shepherds and the activists and threw stones at them.
4) The Dictionary of the Irish Language identifies seven classes offilid, the highest of which was the ollam filed all of whom were ranked above the position of the bard; however, thefilid's cultural role early on seems to have been indistinguishable from that of the breithem (judge) and senchaid (historian) (307).