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Subject: Re: Aaralyn
Author: Speranza   (guest, 194.46.232.73)
Date: December 12, 2007 at 7:56:08 AM
Reply to: Aaralyn by Cleveland Kent Evans
Aria springs to mind.

On the other hand, Amhrán aláinn(ar-ON awl-in) means "beutiful song" in Irish(Gaelic/Gaeilge)..... I suppose if you were unfamiliar with the prn you would say it Aron-alan.

Also I don't know if it's a long shot or not, but as I said the Irish for "song" is amhrán(ar-ON). The Irish for "a lot of" or "full" is lán(laun).

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