Oisin

Meaning : Deer, Oisin is largely used in the English language, from Celtic origin meaning 'little deer', Tiny Deer,

Origin : Gaelic, Celtic, Irish,

Pronunciation : (OSH-een), OH sheen,

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Oisin Expression, Oisin Soul Urge, Oisin Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Oisin:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism

additional

Additional information Oisin:

additionalPronounced osheen.

additionalOisin is the Irish spelling of the name Ossain, which in Irish legend is said to be the son of Finn and means ‘Tiny Deer’. Oisin McGann is an Irish author and illustrator who writes and illustrates his own fantasy novels for children and teenagers.

urban

Definition funny of Oisin:

urbanHes the man.

urbanOisin is the man.

urbanIrish name, means "Little Deer" in Irish. In Irish legend, was the son of Fionn, later travelled to Tir Na Nog (Land of the young) with a woman named Niamh, stayed for what he thought was 10 years, turned out to be 1000, came back to Ireland, died.

urbanOisin, yeah, that guy is awesome.

urbanOisin: street gangster. Great solid fighter has lots of fights and dosnt lose unless hes completely off his face. He will never back down. Highly respected by all even those who hav beef with him*. Plays a wide variety of sports and is especially keen on football and boxing, has a quite muscular body. He is clever, though rarely bothers with studies. The kind of guy youd want as a mate, beside you in a fight, as a lover in the bed. Superior to god and even chuck norris. He drinks and does coke, weed and other drugs , internal organs are half destroyed, its a wonder he can get up in the morning. Devious master when it comes to planning mischief, may well be a gang leader one day. Is good looking and can have any girl he wants and can be secretive when it comes to women. Has an extremely large and impressive cock that he uses alot. Lives different lifes and fits in anywhere. *Oi blud , dont beef with him hes a proper Oisin. Girl1: so whats your new boyfriend like? Girl2: ohh hes such an Oisin, its great.

urbanOisin

urbanOisin, the feisty, and sexy red head who always wants a good time. A womanizer at heart he flirts with ladies any chance he can get. Loves to get his hands dirty!

songs

Songs about Oisin:

songsTriad: St.Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin by Enya from the Album The Celts (US version)

songsOisin and Niam by Love Spirals Downwards from the Album Ardor [Remastered Reissue]

songsOisin, My Bastard Brother by The High Dials from the Album Moon Country

songsOisin by Michael Allen Harrison from the Album Notable Impressions

songsSong of Oisín by Anuna from the Album Invocation

songsOisin by Michael Allen Harrison from the Album Notable Impressions

songsOisin's Tune by Horslips from the Album Tracks From The Vaults (Bonus Tracks Version)

books

Books about Oisin:

booksOisin And The Tooth Fairy by Mr Barry J McDonald (Jun 27, 2013)

booksOisin and Tir na nOg (Irish Legends) by Reg Keating and Heather McKay (Jan 1, 1997)

booksThe Secrets of Nine Irish Sons -- II The Rose Oisín by Laura Joyce Moriarty (Jun 20, 2010)

booksThe Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats (Jun 17, 2004)

booksThe Early Poetry ("The Wanderings of Oisin" and Other Poems to 1895): Manuscript Materials (The Cornell Yeats)... by W. B. Yeats and George Bornstein (May 26, 1994)

booksOisin: Book 1 by Leo Cabral (Feb 1, 2006)

booksOisin Takes the Name by Karim O'Mahony (Oct 15, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Oisin:

Oisín

Oisín, also spelt in English Ossian or Osheen, was regarded in legend as the greatest poet of Ireland, and is a warrior of the fianna in the Ossianic or Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology. He is the son of Fionn mac Cumhaill and of Sadhbh, and is the...

Oisín McConville
Athlete, Measured person, Person

Oisín McConville is an Irish former Gaelic footballer who played for Armagh in the 1990s and 2000s. He won an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medal, seven Ulster Championships and a National League title with the county. He was also awarded...