Aidan

[name] Aidan or Aiden are the primary anglicisations of the Irish given name Aodhán and the Scottish Gaelic given name Aodhàn. ==Etymology and spelling== The name is derived from the name Aodhán, which is a pet form of Aodh. It can be used as a masculine or feminine given name. The personal name Aodh means `fiery` and/or `bringer of fire...
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Aidan

king of the Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. He was the son of Gabran, king of Dalriada.[3 related articles]
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Aidan

Aidan is a Irish mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Fiery` Where is it used? The name Aidan is mainly used In Irish and In Scottish.How do they say it elsewhere? Edan ( In Irish and In Scottish) Aodhán ( In Irish and In Scottish) Aiden ( In Other languages) Aden ( In Other languages) For the opposite sex use: In Other languages: Edana (F)...
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Aidan

Aidan was king of the Dalriada around 600. He was crowned by St Columba at Iona and completed the separation of Dalriada from the parent kingdom in Ireland, and in 588 conquered the Isle of Man. He attempted to extend his kingdom south by attacking Ethelfrith, king of Bernicia, but was defeated in 603. He died in 606.
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