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Numerology information Riain:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Songs about Riain:
The Bluest Line (feat. Colm Ó Riain) by Word & Violin from the Album Bridge Across the Blue
Celtic Raag (feat. Pireeni Sundaralingam & Colm Ó Riain) by Word & Violin from the Album Bridge Across the Blue
Llorar (feat. Oliver Rajamani & Colm Ó Riain) by Word & Violin from the Album Bridge Across the Blue
Nóirín Ní Riain's by Brian Hughes from the Album Whirlwind
Praise (feat. AmyTobin,Kid Beyond,Colm Ó Riain & Jessica Ivry) by Word & Violin from the Album Bridge Across the Blue
Singin' In The Riain by Melody Sweeting from the Album Shall We Dance
Books about Riain:
Gregorian Chant Experience : Sing and Meditate With Noirin Ni Riain by Noirin Ni Riain and Noiron Ni Riain (Oct 1997)
Colin (The O'Riain Brothers Book 1) by Edward O'Dwyer (Feb 22, 2012)
Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Denis the Carthusian Translated from the original Latin by Íde M. Ní Riain by Íde M. Ní Riain (Jul 15, 2013)
Cin Chille Cuile - Texts, Saints and Places: Essays in Honour of Padraig O Riain (Celtic Studies Publications)... by John Carey, Marie Herbert and Kevin Murray (Nov 6, 2004)
The Chinese Connection (The O'Riain Brothers Book 2) by Edward O'Dwyer (Aug 2, 2013)
Pure Beauty: Judging Race in Japanese American Beauty Pageants [Paperback]  (Author) Rebecca Chiyoko King-O'Riain... (2006)
Pure Beauty: Judging Race in Japanese American Beauty Pageants [Hardcover]  1 Ed. Rebecca Chiyoko King-O'Riain... (2006)
Wiki information Riain:
Nóirín Ní Riain is an Irish singer, writer, teacher, theologian, and authority on Gregorian Chant. She is primarily known for spiritual songs, but also sings Celtic music, Sean-nós and Indian songs. Nóirín plays an Indian harmonium, shruti box and...
Pádraig Ó Riain is an Irish Celticist and prominent hagiologist focusing on Irish hagiography, martyrdom, mythology, onomastics and codicology. Ó Riain has spent much of his academic life at the University College Cork, where he became a lecturer in...