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Old English eorl, from Proto-Germanic *erlaz (cf. Old Norse jarl, Old Saxon/Old High German erl), from *erōn (cf. Old Norse jara 'fight, battle'), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁er- (cf. Latin orior 'to rise, get up', Ancient Greek órnēmi 'to urge, incite', Patrono:Ae ərənaoiti 'to move', Sanskrit ṛṇóti 'to arise, reach, move, attack').

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Earl

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Earls

Earl (plural Earls)
  1. A British nobleman next in rank above a viscount and below a marquess; equivalent to a European count. A female using the style is termed a countess.

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