In Breton, alan is a colloquial term for a fox and may originally have meant "deer", making it cognate with Old Welsh alan (cf.
Canu Aneirin, B2.28, line 1125: "gnaut i-lluru alan buan bithei", "it was usual for him to be fleet like a deer"), Modern Welsh elain (plural alanedd) "young deer" (and the plant name alan "coltsfoot, elecampane"), coming from a Brittonic root *alan- or *elan (also attested in Celtiberian in personal names such as Elanus, Elaesus, and Ela According to historian Bernard Bachrach, the Alans settled in parts of what is today France, including Brittany, in the Early Middle Ages.
They exchange succulent kisses and then wrap themselves around each other's legs. April's tongue bathes Darcie's pussy and then she cums while tribbing her.
Darcie flips over presenting her perfect ass and April dives to eat it.
Attractive, sassy vamp Sandra Clark showed up later in the show's run.Bachrach stated that the use of forms of the name in given names, surnames, and place names, are evidence of the continued influence of the Alans on the Gaulish, Breton and Frankish peoples.The Breton name Alan can not be a direct loan from the ethnic name of the Alans (rendered as Alānī or Halānī in Latin, from Scytho-Sarmatian *Al[l]ān-, derived from Old Iranian *aryāna, "noble people") Similarly, according to Patrick Woulfe, the Irish name Ailín is derived from diminutive ail, which means "noble", "rock".Woulfe stated that this name is a pet form of some other name beginning with the first element Ail-.), today it is generally used as a variant form of the English name.An earlier bearer of this name is Alun of Dyfed, a character in the Mabinogion. The form Alana is a Latinate feminisation of the name.