or O·laf V
or O·lav I
or Olav II
Examples from the Web for olaf
Olaf Breuning, for instance, had designed a limited edition label for the Grolsch beer bottle.
His brother Olaf was a tall, thin man; handsome in countenance; lively, modest, and popular.
Olaf, I did not do it, but some spirit that entered into me and made me mad—mad for the lips of Iduna the Fair.The Wanderer's Necklace|H. Rider Haggard
According to English sources Olaf was lying with his fleet off Southampton during the winter of 994-995.
Olav I (ˈəʊləv)
masc. proper name, from Old Norse An-leifr, literally "ancestor's relic;" first element related to Old High German ano "ancestor;" second element related to Old English læfan "to leave" (see leave (v.)).