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1weal

noun \ˈwēl\

Definition of WEAL

1
:  a sound, healthy, or prosperous state :  well-being
2
obsolete :  body politic, commonweal

Origin of WEAL

Middle English wele, from Old English wela; akin to Old English wel well
First Known Use: before 12th century

2weal

noun

Definition of WEAL

:  welt

Origin of WEAL

alteration of wale
First Known Use: circa 1798

weal

noun \ˈwē(ə)l\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of WEAL

:  welt

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