Olaf

Olaf or Olav (f, f, or British f; Old Norse: Ólafr, Ōleifr, Anleifr; Old English: Ǣlāf, Anlāf) is a Germanic name of Proto-Germanic origin, meaning `ancestor`s heirloom`. In Norwegian, Olav is the most common form of the name. The corresponding Old Novgorod dialect form is Uleb. The Swedish form is Olov or Olof. The name was borrowed into ......
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OLAF

(European Anti-Fraud Office) The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) was set up in 1999 to investigate corruption and serious misconduct within EU institutions, as well as fraud against the EU’s budget.
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Olaf

(I) King of Norway from 995. He began the conversion of Norway to Christianity and was killed in a sea battle against the Danes and Swedes
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Olaf

(II) King of Norway from 1015. He offended his subjects by his centralizing policy and zeal for Christianity, and was killed in battle by Norwegian rebel chiefs backed by Canute of Denmark. He was declared the patron saint of Norway in 1164
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Olaf

[Disney] Olaf is a snowman from Walt Disney Animation Studios` 53rd animated film, Frozen (2013). ==Development== ===Origins and concept=== The Disney studio made their first attempts to adapt Hans Christian Andersen`s fairytale, The Snow Queen, as early as 1943, when Walt Disney considered the possibility of producing a biography film of t...
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Olaf

king of Sweden ( 980–1022) whose apparent efforts to impose Christianity were frustrated by the leading non-Christian Swedish chieftains.[1 related articles]
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Olaf

Olaf is a Danish name for boys. The meaning is `heir, ancestor` The name Olaf is most commonly given to Dutch boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Olaf there. It is short for: Olli Use for the other sex: Olava What do they use in other countries? Ola (Norwegian, Swedish) The name sounds like: Alf, Aluf, Elof, Eluf, Ulf See al...
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