Olaf

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O•laf

or O•lav

(ˈoʊ lɑf, ˈoʊ ləf)

n.
1. Olaf (or Olav) I (Olaf Tryggvason), A.D. 969–1000, king of Norway 995–1000.
2. Olaf (or Olav) II, Saint (Olaf Haraldsson), A.D. 995–1030, king of Norway 1016–29: patron saint of Norway.
3. Olaf V, Olav V.
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