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From gallon.

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gal or gal. (plural gal or gals)

  1. gallon

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Representing a nonstandard pronunciation of girl.

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Singular
Gal

Plural
Gals

Gal (plural Gals)
  1. (colloquial) An adolescent girl or young woman.
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Shortened from galileo

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Singular
Gal

Plural
gals

Gal (plural gals) (symbol Gal)
  1. A galileo.

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From Dutch see below

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Gal [[Category:Patrono:Af nouns|Gal]]

  1. The bodily fluid bile

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Gal

  1. The bodily fluid bile

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From Patrono:Sga[[Category:ga:Patrono:Sga derivations|Gal]] [[gal#Patrono:Sga|gal]] < Proto-Celtic *galā (ability); cf. Welsh [[gallu#Patrono:Cy|gallu]] (be able).

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  • (Munster) IPA: [ɡɑl̪ˠ]
  • (Connacht, Ulster) IPA: [ɡal̪ˠ]

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Gal f.

  1. valor
  2. steam

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Patrono:Ga-noun-f2

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Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
gal ghal ngal
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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From Old Norse galinn, from gala (sing bewitching songs, in actuality bewitched by magical singing)

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Patrono:No-adj-1

  1. insane; crazy; out of one's mind
  2. with a very strong interest in (love, the need for speed, etc.)
  3. incorrect; erroneous
  4. unfortunate
  5. wrong; illegal; morally reproachable

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insane; crazy
with a very strong interest in
phrases

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Patrono:No-noun-m1

  1. (instance of) rooster's crowing

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gal

  1. Imperative of gale

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  • Gal” in The Bokmål Dictionary / The Nynorsk DictionaryDokumentasjonsprosjektet.

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From Latin gallus.

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Gal m. (plural Gals)

  1. A cock, rooster

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From Proto-Germanic, perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *ghoilos (frothing, tempestuous, wanton). Cognate with Old Saxon gēl (Dutch geil (salacious, lustful)), Old High German geil (German geil (lustful)), Old Norse geiligr (beautiful). The IE root may also be the source of Lithuanian gailùs (sharp, biting), Russian [[зело#Patrono:Ru|зело]] (very).

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  • IPA: /gɑːl/

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Patrono:Ang-adj

  1. wanton, lustful; wicked
    And se Iouis wearð swa swyðe gal þæt he on his agenre swyster gewifode. And Jove became so depraved that he married his own sister. (Wulfstan, De Falsis Deis)

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Patrono:Ang-adjdec-long


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Gal m. (oblique plural gals, nominative singular Gals, nominative plural Gal)

  1. A rock

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Polish Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia pl

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From Latin

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Gal m.

  1. (chemistry) gallium
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Singular only
Nominative gal
Genitive galu
Dative galowi
Accusative gal
Instrumental galem
Locative galu
Vocative galu

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Named in honour of Galileo Galilei

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Gal m.

  1. A galileo
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Gal

  1. The genitive plural of gala

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Gal [[Category:Patrono:Rhg nouns|Gal]]

  1. A mouth

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Gal

  1. Present tense (active) of gala.
  2. Imperative (active) of gala.

de:gal es:gal fa:gal fr:gal hy:gal hr:gal io:gal it:gal ku:gal la:gal lt:gal hu:gal nl:gal no:gal oc:gal pl:gal pt:gal ro:gal ru:gal simple:gal fi:gal sv:gal vi:gal vo:gal zh:gal

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