Crossword clues for aran
- Locale of a Flaherty film classic
- Island off Donegal
- "Man of ___," Flaherty film
- Writer O'Flaherty's birthplace
- Pattern knitted into popular anorak
- Islands off Ireland
- Islands off Galway
- Galway Bay islands
- Irish islands
- Islands in Galway Bay
- Galway islands
- "Man of ___"
- Type of sweater named for the Irish islands where it originated
- Sweater style named for its Irish pedigree
- Sweater style named for Irish islands
- Son of Dishan
- Samus ___ ("Metroid" protagonist)
- Robert Flaherty's "Man of ___"
- Land off Ireland
- Islands of which Inishmore is the largest
- Islands near Ireland
- Islands near Galway
- Island off Galway
- Island group off Eire
- Island group of Ireland
- Island group in Synge's "Riders to the Sea"
- Island chain off Ireland
- Irish sweater worn by fishermen
- Galway isles
- Galway island
- Galway Bay's _____ Island
- Comic Killam
- ___ Isles in Galway Bay
- ___ Islands off Galway
- Ireland's _____ Islands
- Flaherty's "Man of _____"
- Galway Bay isles
- Flaherty's "Man of ___"
- Classic documentary "Man of ___"
- Galway Bay's ___ Islands
- ___ Islands, west of Ireland
- Whence Flaherty's man
- ___ Islands of Galway Bay
- Ireland's ___ Islands
- ___ Islands, group at the mouth of Galway Bay
- Island off Ireland
- Isle off coast of Ireland
- "Man of ___, " 1934 film
- ___ Islands, off Ireland
- Director Flaherty's "Man of ___"
- "Man of ___," 1934 Flaherty film
- ___ Islands, off Galway Bay
- ___ Islands in Galway Bay
- Synge's "The ___ Islands"
- ___ Mawddwy, peak in Wales
- Locale of a Flaherty film: 1934
- ___ Islands off the Irish coast
- Irish isle
- Mullen's "Man of ___"
- Irish island group
- Island in County Donegal
- "Man of ___," 1934 film classic
- ___ Island, off NW Ireland
- Group of Irish islands in quarantine
- Galway island group
- ___ Islands, Galway Bay
- Island near Ireland
n. 1 A group of islands off the northwest coast of Ireland, also called the (term Arans English) or the (w: Aran Islands). 2 The barony which contains these islands.
Aran may refer to:
The Aran, from Basque Harana, is a left tributary of the Adour, in the French Basque Country, in Aquitaine, Southwest France.
The river is also known as the Joyeuse, which is also the name of a tributary of the Bidouze.
Usage examples of "aran".
The folly of pacificism is gorily exposed when Aran in wolf form has to savage Wavyhill in order to save himself and the Warlock.
Aran stared down at him then up at Urse, every line of his face etched with despair.
Even though the bleeding had stopped, Urse burned the end of the stump and bound it, while Aran held his nose and looked away, as appalled by his own squeamishness as by the horror of the situation.
This latter style has borrowed some of the bare simplicity of the personal style of Synge, that style, I mean, in which he records his own experience in the Aran Islands or in Wicklow and Kerry.
When Aran MacIvan followed Fredrich into the inn a moment later, he decided that he had better tell Herm of this new development before he did anything else.
During his lifetime Aran made observations based on cycles of various multiples of forty years without discovering any indications that one of the Forsaken was loose in the world at those intervals.
Shamus and of Greasy Solarny, an old seadog who had sailed with Aran for twenty years.
All I have heard is that she drove the staff mad with her demands when she was here, which was a great deal of the tune, since she was married to Aran Elhalyn, who was keeping the throne warm just then.
If he had offered me to Aran Elhalyn, who warms the throne at Then-dara, Father would still have thought him not good enough.
Prince Aran Elhalyn thinks I am all too young to have command of the Guards, even while you lie here sick at Armida, and he whispers that tale night and day into the ears of Hastur.
They are about Aran night and day with flattery and gifts that stop just that one step short of being bribes, to persuade him to name one of them Commander while you are here in Armida!
Tawwys and Aran rode in with swords in hand, and in the same moment Uwen sent Gia side-passing smartly right against the other wing of the gate, shoving it wide for Lusin and Syllan and a great wall of obscuring black banners.
All I have heard is that she drove the staff mad with her demands when she was here, which was a great deal of the time, since she was married to Aran Elhalyn, who was keeping the throne warm just then.
He was even wearing an Aran sweater under that terrifically-cut tweed jacket.
Moher, the windy wilds of Connemara, lough Neagh with submerged petrified city, the Giant's Causeway, Fort Camden and Fort Carlisle, the Golden Vale of Tipperary, the islands of Aran, the pastures of royal Meath, Brigid's elm in Kildare, the Queen's Island shipyard in Belfast, the Salmon Leap, the lakes of Killarney.