noll

noun \ˈnōl\

Definition of noll

plural

-s

dialectal, England

  1. :  head

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Origin and Etymology of noll

Middle English noll, nolle, from Old English knoll, knol top, crown of the head; akin to Middle Dutch nolle, nol top, crown or back of the head, Old High German knol, nol top, knel top, crown of the head and to Old English hnecca neck


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