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Proto-Germanic: *áɵV-l=; *ṓɵV-l=; *ōdṓ; *attēn
Meaning: inheritance, heir; noble
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: { aɵala- in PN (Athalaricus etc.) }; *haim-ōɵli n. (ja) `homestead, landed property inherited in the family'; atta m. (n) `father'
Old Norse: aδal n. `Art, Begabung; Hof, Erbgut, Eigentum; aδili m. `der Führer eines Prozesses'; ōδal n. `(väterliches) Erbgut, Eigentum; Heimat'
Old Swedish: aɵal-
Swedish: odal
Old Danish: athäl-; odel `Erbgut'
Old English: äɵele, eɵele `noble, eminent; famous, singular; noble, vigorous, young'', äɵelo, pl. äɵelu, -o n. `nobility, pre-eminence, origin, family, race, nature, talents, genius'; ēɵel (ǟɵel), gen. ēɵles m., n. `one's own residence or property, inheritance, country, realm, land, dwelling, home', äɵel, -ɵles m., n. `id.'
Old Frisian: ēdila `Urgrossvater'; ethel-; ēthel, ēdel `Erbgut'
Old Saxon: athal-; athali `edle Abkunft'; ethili `adelig, edel'; ōthil `Erbgut, Eigentum, Heimat'
Middle Dutch: adel m.; adel `edel geboren; wettig, echt'
Dutch: adel m.
Middle Low German: ādel m., n. `Art, Begabung, Hof, Erbgut, Eigentum'
Old High German: adal n. (8.Jh.) `edles Geschlecht'; edili `adelig, edel'; uodil `Erbgut, Eigentum, Heimat'; uota eig. "Urgrossmutter"; atto `Vater'
Middle High German: adel st. n., m. 'geschlecht, edlesw geschlecht, edler stand'; atte wk. m. 'vater; der alte'
German: Adel m.; dial. ätte `Vater'
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