Amhlaoibh m
Irish Gaelic form of OLAF (SEE Olaf). The Old Norse name was introduced to Ireland by Viking settlers.
Anglicized forms: Auliffe, HUMPHREY (SEE Humphrey).
Cognates: Scottish: Amhla(i)dh (Gaelic), Aulay (Anglicized).

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