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knoll

noun \ ˈnōl \
Updated on: 9 Nov 2017

Definition of knoll

: a small round hill : mound

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Origin and Etymology of knoll

Middle English knol, from Old English cnoll; akin to Old Norse knollr mountaintop


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knoll

verb

Definition of knoll

archaic
: knell

Origin and Etymology of knoll

Middle English, probably alteration of knellen to knell


KNOLL Defined for English Language Learners

knoll

noun

Definition of knoll for English Language Learners

  • : a small hill


KNOLL Defined for Kids

knoll

noun \ ˈnōl \

Definition of knoll for Students

: a small round hill


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