Meaning as a surname: Devotee of St.Riaghan
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Ryan is a Celtic mixed name. The meaning of the name is `little king ` Where is it used? The name Ryan is mainly used In Irish and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Rian ( In English) For the opposite sex use: In English: Ryanne (F) In English: Ryana (F) The name Ryan appears In the name...
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[TV series] Ryan was an Australian adventure television series screened by the Seven Network from 27 May 1973. The series was produced by Crawford Productions and had a run of 39 one hour episodes. The title character was a dashing private investigator played by Rod Mullinar. (A few years pr...
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RYAN (or RYaN) is an acronym for Raketno-Yadernoe Napadenie (Ракетно-ядерное нападение, "Nuclear Missile Attack"). ==Purpose== The purpose of the operation was to collect intelligence on potential contingency plans of the Reagan administration to launch a nuclear first strike...
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[film] Co-produced by Copper Heart Entertainment and the National Film Board of Canada, Ryan is an animated interpretation of an actual interview with Larkin, conducted by the film`s director. Excerpts from Ryan also appear in the NFB-coproduced documentary Alter Egos, directed by Laurence G...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: rī′ăn Definitions: 1. Norbert J., 20th-century Australian pathologist. See: Ryan stain
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[surname] Ryan is a common Irish surname, as well as being a common given name. There are several possible origins for the surname. In certain cases it can be a simplified form of Mulryan. In some cases the surname may be derived from the Irish Gaelic Ó Riagháin (modern Irish Ó Riain), me...
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[given name] Ryan is a given name in English. It originates from the surname Ryan, which is an Anglicised form of the Irish Ó Riain. While mostly used for boys, Ryan has been used for girls in the United States since the 1970s. Ryan
-yan as a boy`s name (also used as girl`s name Ryan), is ...
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1) 'a bridge too far' author 2) 'a bridge too far' novelist cornelius 3) 'love story' actor o'neal 4) 'saving private ...' 5) 'saving private ..' 6) 'sleepless in seattle' costar 7) 'the longest day' author 8) Actor o'neal 9) Actor oneal...
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