Aidan


Aidan
irischer Name, Bedeutung: der Feurige.

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  • Aidan — m Irish: Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Aodán, a diminutive of AODH (SEE Aodh). This was borne by various early Irish saints, among them the 7th century apostle of Northumbria. It has been revived in the 20th century, in particular during the …   First names dictionary

  • AIDAN — Guntrani fil. 49. Rex Scotiae. Vicit Saxones et Pictos, magnâque prudentiâ regno praefuit, ann. 27. Obiit A. C. 606. Bedae, in Hist. Angl. l. 3. Item Episcopus Scotiae, qui Osualdum Angliae Regem exulem baptizavit, Obiit A. C. 65 1. Idem l. 3. c …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Aidan — San Aidan de Lindisfarne San Aidan de Lindisfarne (m. 651), el apóstol de Northumbria, fue un misionero cristiano, fundador y primer obispo del monasterio de la isla de Lindisfarne, en Inglaterra. Se le atribuye …   Wikipedia Español

  • Aidan — Der gälische Name Aidan bedeutet kleines Feuer Aidan ist der Name von Aidan von Dalriada mac Gabhran (auch: Aedan; * um 530; † 606 oder 608), von ca. 574 bis 606 oder 608 König des irisch schottischen Reiches von Dalriada Aidan von Lindisfarne († …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Aidan — ▪ king of Dalriada also spelled  Aedan   died c. 608       king of the Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. He was the son of Gabran, king of Dalriada.       Aidan was inaugurated as king at Iona by St. Columba. He refused to allow his kingdom to remain …   Universalium

  • AIDAN, ST. —    the archbishop of Lindisfarne, founder of the monastery, and the apostle of Northumbria, sent thither from Iona on the invitation of King Oswald in 635 …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia


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