Olaf I

[oo-lahf; English oh-luhf]
noun
(Olaf Tryggvessön) a.d. 969–1000, king of Norway 995–1000.
Also, Olav I.
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Olaf II

noun
Saint (Olaf Haraldssön) a.d. 995–1030, king of Norway from 1016 to 1029; patron saint of Norway.
Also, Olav II.
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Olaf I or Olav I (ˈəʊləf, ˈəʊləv)
 
n
known as Olaf Tryggvesson. ?965--?1000 ad, king of Norway (995--?1000). He began the conversion of Norway to Christianity
 
Olav I or Olav I
 
n

Olaf II or Olav II
 
n
Saint. 995--1030 ad, king of Norway (1015--28), who worked to complete the conversion of Norway to Christianity; deposed by Canute; patron saint of Norway. Feast day: July 29
 
Olav II or Olav II
 
n

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Olaf
masc. proper name, from O.N. An-leifr, lit. "ancestor's relic;" first element related to O.H.G. ano "ancestor;" second element related to O.E. læfan "to leave" (see leave).
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Example sentences for olaf
After that, the noble man, king olaf, went back to his realm.
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