a group of three islands off the W central coast of Ireland. About 18 sq. mi. (47 sq. km).
Yeats found him in France in 1898 and advised him to go to the Aran Islands, to live there as if he were one of the people.
Modern British Poetry Various
Mr. Balfour’s benefactions have not been confined to the Aran Islands.
Ireland as It Is Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Aran Islands, three islands with antique relics across the mouth of Galway Bay, to which they form a breakwater.
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood
Galway was near by, and an agreement was made to join Mr. Walker on one of his tours of inspection to the Aran Islands.
On an Irish Jaunting-car Samuel G. Bayne
During this visit he began the first drafts of the studies which afterwards grew to be his book, ‘The Aran Islands.’
John M. Synge: A Few Personal Recollections, with Biographical Notes John Masefield
a group of three islands in the Atlantic, off the W coast of the Republic of Ireland: Aranmore or Inishmore (the largest), Inishmaan, and Inisheer. Pop: 1280 (2002). Area: 46 sq km (18 sq miles)
- Aran-duchenne disease
aran-duchenne disease Aran-Duchenne disease A·ran-Duchenne disease (ə-rän’-, ä-räɴ’-) n. See progressive muscular atrophy.
a member of an Australian aboriginal people living in the vicinity of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. the language of the Aranda. Historical Examples Thereupon the Count Aranda furnished me with a passport signed by the king. The Memoires of Casanova, Complete Jacques Casanova de Seingalt But the most vigorous letter of all was the one […]
a member of the order Araneae (Araneida), comprising the spiders. noun any of numerous arachnids constituting the order Araneae (or Araneida), which comprises the spiders
arachnoid, especially as a plant.