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Welsh: apparently a form of DANIEL (SEE Daniel). The name was borne by a 6th-century Welsh saint.

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  • Deiniol — Deiniol, walisisch für Daniel, (* ca. 510 in Wales; † ca. 584 in Wales) war ein Bischof und Heiliger Er war der Sohn eines keltischen Stammesfürsten und gründete im frühen 6. Jahrhundert zwei Klöster in Gwynedd. Das erste davon in Bangor, nachdem …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Deiniol — est la forme galloise du prénom biblique Daniel. Saints Daniel de Bangor Fawr, dit Deiniol Gwyn en gallois, fut abbé fondateur et évêque de Bangor sur le Menai (Bangor Fawr). Il est mort en 584. Daniel le Jeune de Bangor fut abbé de Bangor (Pays… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Deiniol — Saint Deiniol (died 584) was the first Bishop of Bangor in the Kingdom of Gwynedd, Wales. He is also venerated in Brittany as Saint Denoual. In English, the name is translated as Daniel but this is rarely used. Very little is known of the saint s …   Wikipedia

  • Deiniol Graham — Personal information Full name Deiniol William Thomas Graham Date of birth 4 October 1969 ( …   Wikipedia

  • Deiniol Jones — Personal information Full name Deiniol Jones Date of birth 18 November 1977 (1977 11 18) (age 33) Place of birth Carmarthen, Wales Height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) Weight 18 st 1 lb (115 kg) …   Wikipedia

  • Deiniol Jones — Spielerinformationen Voller Name Deiniol Llyr Jones Geburtstag 18. November 1977 Geburtsort Carmarthen, Wales Verein Verein Cardiff Blues …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • St Deiniol's Library — (Welsh: Llyfrgell Deiniol Sant ) [ Deiniol Sant] is a residential library in Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales.St Deiniol s Library was founded by the Victorian statesman and politician, William Ewart Gladstone, it …   Wikipedia

  • St Deiniol's Church, Hawarden — St Deiniol s Church, Hawarden, from the southeast Coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • Bishop of Bangor — Bishopric Anglican …   Wikipedia

  • Bardsey Island — Coordinates: 52°45′40″N 4°47′05″W / 52.76107°N 4.78469°W / 52.76107; 4.78469 …   Wikipedia

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