Olaf I



[oo-lahf; English oh-luh f] /ˈu lɑf; English ˈoʊ ləf/

noun
1.
(Olaf Tryggvessön) a.d. 969–1000, king of Norway 995–1000.
/ˈəʊləf/
noun
1.
known as Olaf Tryggvesson. ?965–?1000 ad, king of Norway (995–?1000). He began the conversion of Norway to Christianity

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