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NIOCLÁS is Male and the name originates from Irish

NIOCLÁS means: Irish form of Latin Nicolaus, NIOCLÁS means "victor of the people." 

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The name NIOCLÁS originates from Irish and NIOCLÁS is a Male name

NIOCLÁS means: Irish form of Latin Nicolaus, NIOCLÁS means "victor of the people." 

Name and meaning of NIOCLÁS

NIOCLÁS is a Male baby name and origin is Irish

NIOCLÁS, Male means: Irish form of Latin Nicolaus, NIOCLÁS means "victor of the people." 

In Irish, the name NIOCLÁS is most often used as the name of a Male. And in Irish, the Male name NIOCLÁS means Irish form of Latin Nicolaus, NIOCLÁS means "victor of the people." 

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Nioclás Tóibín

Nioclás Tóibín (1928 – 1994) was a Sean-nós singer from the Déise tradition of County Waterford in Ireland. Nioclas was winner of Corn Chomhlucht an Oideachais

Óró sé do bheatha abhaile

singers Darach Ó Catháin and Dónall Ó Dúil (on the album Faoin bhFód) and by Nioclás Tóibín.The song has received more modern treatments from Seo Linn, John

Robin Lawless

Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh. He is listed as Roibeárd son of Uilliam son of Nioclás Lawless. In 1271, Aed son of Comarba Comain O Conchobair was killed by

Nicholas

(Nikolis) Hungarian: Miklós, Mikulás Icelandic: Nikulás, Níels, Nils Irish: Nioclás Italian: Nicola, Nicolò, Niccolò, Nico, Nicolas Latin: Nicolaus Latvian:

Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas, Galway

Nicholas (Irish language: Ard-Eaglais Mhaighdean na Deastógála agus Naomh Nioclás), commonly known as Galway Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in

Naming ceremony

Scott Cunningham Our Own Druidry. Tuscan, AZ: ADF Publishing. 2009. p. 16. ISBN 978-0-9765681-4-8. Deaglán, Nioclás. "Naming Oath". The Druid Circle.

Ring, County Waterford

(boarding Irish medium school) and one secondary school, Meánscoil San Nioclás — a post office, restaurants, pubs and other businesses. There are also

Rory

Damhnaic Pádraig Proinsias Giolla Críost Gréagóir Labhrás León Máirtín Marcas Nioclás Nollaig Peadar Pilib Pól Seoirse Stíofán Téodóir Uinseann Latin/Greek-derived

Nicholas Roderick O'Conor

Sir Nicholas Roderick O'Conor GCB GCMG PC (Irish: Nioclás Ruairí Ó Conchobhair Donn; County Roscommon, Ireland,1843 - Constantinople, Turkey, 19 March

Munster Irish

notable Irish singers who sing songs in the Munster Irish dialect include Nioclás Tóibín, Elizabeth Cronin, Labhrás Ó Cadhla, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Seán

Nioclás Tóibín

Nioclás Tóibín (1928 – 1994) was a Sean-nós singer from the Déise tradition of County Waterford in Ireland. Nioclas was winner of Corn Chomhlucht an Oideachais

Óró sé do bheatha abhaile

singers Darach Ó Catháin and Dónall Ó Dúil (on the album Faoin bhFód) and by Nioclás Tóibín.The song has received more modern treatments from Seo Linn, John

Robin Lawless

Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh. He is listed as Roibeárd son of Uilliam son of Nioclás Lawless. In 1271, Aed son of Comarba Comain O Conchobair was killed by

Nicholas

(Nikolis) Hungarian: Miklós, Mikulás Icelandic: Nikulás, Níels, Nils Irish: Nioclás Italian: Nicola, Nicolò, Niccolò, Nico, Nicolas Latin: Nicolaus Latvian:

Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas, Galway

Nicholas (Irish language: Ard-Eaglais Mhaighdean na Deastógála agus Naomh Nioclás), commonly known as Galway Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in

Naming ceremony

Scott Cunningham Our Own Druidry. Tuscan, AZ: ADF Publishing. 2009. p. 16. ISBN 978-0-9765681-4-8. Deaglán, Nioclás. "Naming Oath". The Druid Circle.

Ring, County Waterford

(boarding Irish medium school) and one secondary school, Meánscoil San Nioclás — a post office, restaurants, pubs and other businesses. There are also

Rory

Damhnaic Pádraig Proinsias Giolla Críost Gréagóir Labhrás León Máirtín Marcas Nioclás Nollaig Peadar Pilib Pól Seoirse Stíofán Téodóir Uinseann Latin/Greek-derived

Nicholas Roderick O'Conor

Sir Nicholas Roderick O'Conor GCB GCMG PC (Irish: Nioclás Ruairí Ó Conchobhair Donn; County Roscommon, Ireland,1843 - Constantinople, Turkey, 19 March

Munster Irish

notable Irish singers who sing songs in the Munster Irish dialect include Nioclás Tóibín, Elizabeth Cronin, Labhrás Ó Cadhla, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Seán

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NIOCLÁS means: Irish form of Latin Nicolaus, NIOCLÁS means "victor of the people." 

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