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Definition of Alans

Alan
Alan A*lan" ([.a]*l[.a]n"), n. [OF. alan, alant; cf. Sp. alano.] A wolfhound. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Alans from wikipedia

- the Alans: the Rhoxolāni ('Bright Alans'), an offshoot of the Alans whose name may be linked to religious practices, and the Alanorsoi ('White Alans'),...
- The Vandal Kingdom (Latin: Regnum Vandalum) or Kingdom of the Vandals and Alans (Latin: Regnum Vandalorum et Alanorum) was established by the Germanic Vandal...
- some places. The Darial originates from Dar-i Alān (در الان) meaning "Gate of the Alans" in Persian. The Alans held the lands north of the p**** in the first...
- folklore Alans, nomadic tribes from Asia who migrated westward in late antiquity Cyclone Alan, a tropical storm All pages with titles beginning with Alan Alans...
- of the name is that the modern English Alan, and French Alain, are derived from the name of the Alans. The Alans were an Iranian people who lived north...
- the Alans, but was prevented from returning to Byzantium through Abasgia. Although the Abkhazians spared no expense to have him imprisoned, the Alans refused...
- the Alans in 5th-century Gaul. Around the time that the Vandals and other Alans under Respendial crossed the Rhine in 405 or 406, Goar's band of Alans quickly...
- spoke an Iranian language. The Alans were known as superb warriors, herdsmen, and breeders of horses and dogs. The Alans bred their dogs for work and developed...
- Alan Mathison Turing OBE FRS (/ˈtjʊərɪŋ/; 23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954) was an English mathematician, computer scientist, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher...
- The Ossetians descend from the Alans, a Sarmatian tribe (Scythian subgroup of the Iranian ethnolinguistic group). The Alans were the only branch of the Sarmatians...