Mael

Mael is a Celtic name. It may also refer to: ==Historical or living persons== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Maël

Mael is an old Celtic name from Ireland, Wales and Brittany. Nowadays this first name is popular in France. The French masculine name of Breton origin meaning `chief, prince.` It was popularized by a fifth-century saint Maël who lived in Wales. It was also borne by Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill (975/976-1022), a High King of Ireland. Both a boys.....
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Maël

[saint] Maël was a fifth-century Breton saint who lived as a hermit in Wales. He was a follower of Cadfan from Brittany to Wales, ultimately to the Isle of Bardsey. His feast day is 13 May. He is co-patron (with St Sulien) of Corwen in Wales, and of its parish church, part of the Anglican Communion Church in Wales. ...
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Mael

Mael is a Welsh name for boys. The meaning is `prince` The name Mael is most commonly given to French boys. Mael is at number 43 in the top 50 of French boys (average of 10 years data) Mael is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands and France Use for the other sex: Maelle The name sounds like: Mel, Mylo, Milo Similar names are: Cael, Dael, Gael...
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