Origin of solan (goose)Scottish from Middle English soland from Old Norse s?la, gannet + -and, -?nd, a duck, akin to Old English ænid, German ente from Indo-European an unverified form anet- from source Classical Latin anas
solan (goose)so·lan [goose]
(plural solan geese)
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