Aran

Aran (ā'răn) , in the Bible, descendant of Seir the Horite.
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Aran

Aran is a style of knitting associated with the people of the Aran Islands. It is characterised by hand-spun wool in a natural off-white colour which is knitted in cables, twists and bobbles into a centre front and two side panels giving an embossed effect. The true Aran knitting uses wool which retains its natural oils to aid waterproofing, and wa...
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Aran

Aran is a Thai name for boys. The meaning is `mountain of strength` The name Aran is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (10 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Erin (English, Irish) Ari (English) Aeryn Arin Aaryn Ronnie (English) Aaron (German, Hebrew) Ronan (Irish) Airyn Ronin (English) Aarin A...
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Aran

The Aran was a Swedish coastal defence ship of 3415 tons displacement launched in 1901. The Aran was powered by eight Yarrow coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 3200 km at 10 knots. She carried a complement of 301 and was armed with two 8.3 inch guns; six 6 inch guns; four 57 mm anti-aircraft guns; two 25 mm anti-air...
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Aran

Type: Term Pronunciation: ah-rahn′ Definitions: 1. Fran瀀ois A., French physician, 1817-1861. See: Aran-Duchenne disease, Duchenne-Aran disease
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