Pa·draic [paw-drik], /ˈpɔ drɪk/, 1881–1972, Irish poet and dramatist, in the U.S. from 1914.
Saint Saint Columba; Saint Columcille; "Apostle of Caledonia", 521–97, Irish missionary, founder of Iona.
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How to use Colum in a sentence
Colum McCann won the 2009 National Book Award for Fiction for his novel Let the Great World Spin.
Colum Cille is the only saint whom the homilist will allow to approach his hero.
All the saints except Colum Cille were envious because of this.
For the folk of Colum Cille came from , after a long time, to this city.
Colum brooded through the dark; but before dawn he fell asleep upon the fern that strewed his cell.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4) | Fiona Macleod
Then the smile went out of Colum's grey eyes, and he turned and looked about him.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4) | Fiona Macleod
British Dictionary definitions for Colum
Padraic (ˈpɑːdrɪk). 1881–1972, Irish lyric poet, resident in the US (1914–72)
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