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kool

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

kool (comparative kooler, superlative koolest)

  1. (slang, informal) Alternative spelling of cool
  2. (slang, informal) Shortened way of saying Kool az or Koolaz

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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Dutch col, cole, from Old Dutch *kōl, *kōla, from Latin caulis.

NounEdit

kool f (plural kolen, diminutive kooltje n)

  1. cabbage
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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Dutch cole, from Old Dutch *kol, *kolo, from Proto-Germanic *kulą. May originate from a neuter plurale tantum that was reanalysed as a feminine singular; compare Old Norse kol.

NounEdit

kool f (plural kolen, diminutive kooltje n)

  1. coal
  2. carbon
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EstonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

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From a Germanic language.

NounEdit

kool (genitive kooli, partitive kooli)

  1. school

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Yucatec MayaEdit

VerbEdit

kóol (transitive)

  1. to drag; to pull
  2. to divide, to separate

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VerbEdit

kool (transitive)

  1. to touch, to rub

NounEdit

kool (plural koolo’ob)

  1. field