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Colum

[ kol-uhm ]
/ ˈkɒl əm /
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noun

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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Colum
/ (ˈkɒləm) /

noun

Padraic (ˈpɑːdrɪk). 1881–1972, Irish lyric poet, resident in the US (1914–72)
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