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Proto-Germanic: *pali-, *pōl=, *pulla-z, *puldr=
Meaning: pool
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: poll-r m. `runde Bucht, Teich'
Old English: pōl, -es m. `pool'; pull, -es m. `pool, creek', { pyll }
English: pool
Old Frisian: pōl
East Frisian: polder Marschland
Middle Dutch: pōl, pūl m.; polre, polder m., f. `polder; dijk'; pol m. `aangeslibd land'
Dutch: poel m.; polder `Marschland'
Middle Low German: pōl, pūl
Old High German: phuol (12.Jh.)
Middle High German: phuol st. m. 'pfuhl'
German: Pfuhl m.
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