Complete Definition of "col"

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English

Etymology
From French col#French|col, from Latin collum âneckâ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/kÉl/

Noun
en-noun

  1. A dip between mountain peaks in a summit-line.

Related terms
bealach
mountain pass
pass
saddle

See also
w:Mountain_pass|Wikipedia article on cols


French

Etymology
Latin collum âneckâ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/kÉl/

Noun
fr-noun|m

  1. collar
  2. mountain pass
  3. neck (now especially of objects, vases etc.)

Irish

Noun
col m

  1. dislike

Declension
ga noun m1|c|ol|oil|plolanna|strongyes

Category:Irish nouns


Italian

Contraction
col

  1. (contraction of con il) with the

Old English

Etymology 1
Common Germanic *koluz, whence also Old High German kuoli

Pronunciation
IPA|/ko:l/

Adjective
Latinx|cÅl (comparative Latinx|colra|cÅlra, superlative Latinx|colost|cÅlost)

  1. cool

Etymology 2
Common Germanic *kolam, whence also Old High German kolo, Old Norse kol

Noun
col n

  1. coal

Category:Old English nouns
Category:Old English adjectives


Spanish

Etymology
Latin caulis.

Pronunciation
IPA|/kol/

Noun
es-noun-m| plural=coles

  1. cabbage

See also
repollo m

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Revision and Credits for"col"
  • 2007-12-22 02:16 - Circeus - Change deprecated template, Replaced: {{fr-noun-reg|m}} → {{fr-noun|m}} [[Project:AutoWikiBrowser|AWB]]

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