See also: Appel, appèl, and Äppel

EnglishEdit

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Borrowed from French appel. Doublet of appeal.

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appel (plural appels)

  1. (fencing) An act of striking the ground with the leading foot to frighten, distract, or mislead one's opponent.

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appel (third-person singular simple present appels, present participle appelling, simple past and past participle appelled)

  1. Obsolete spelling of appeal

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EtymologyEdit

From Dutch appel, from Middle Dutch appel, from Old Dutch appel, from Proto-Germanic *aplaz, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ébōl.

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appel (plural appels, diminutive appeltjie)

  1. apple

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  • Xhosa: i-apile

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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Dutch appel, from Old Dutch appel, from Proto-West Germanic *applu, from Proto-Germanic *aplaz, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ébōl.

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Appel
Apple

appel m (plural appels or appelen, diminutive appeltje n)

  1. apple
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Etymology 2Edit

From French appel.

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appel n (plural appels, diminutive appelletje n)

  1. appeal
    Christen Democratisch Appèl — Christian Democratic Appeal (the name of a Dutch political party: old spelling with the accent on the -e-)
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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

See the verb appeler (to call (out))

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appel m (plural appels)

  1. call
  2. appeal

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Middle DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Dutch appel, from Proto-West Germanic *applu, from Proto-Germanic *aplaz, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ébōl.

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appel m

  1. apple

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