ollav

noun
ol·lav
variants: or ollave or ollamh \ˈäləv \
plural -s

Definition of ollav 

: a learned man in ancient Ireland

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History and Etymology for ollav

Irish Gaelic ollamh, from Middle Irish ollam

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