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Etymology 1

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A bagel.

Borrowed from Yiddish בייגל (beygl), ultimately from a diminutive of Middle High German bouc, boug- (ring, bracelet), from Old High German boug (ring), from Proto-West Germanic *baug, from Proto-Germanic *baugaz (ring).

Compare obsolete English bee, Old English bēag, Old Frisian bāg, Old Saxon bōg, Middle Low German bōg, Old Norse baugr. Also compare dialectal Austrian German Beugel, Beigel. See also beag.

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Noun

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bagel (plural bagels)

  1. A toroidal bread roll that is boiled before it is baked.
  2. (tennis, slang) A score of 6-0 in a set (after the shape of a bagel, which looks like a zero).
    • 2011 January 30, Piers Newbery, “Australian Open: Djokovic too good for Murray in final”, in BBC[1]:
      The Scot, who had been close to a two-set deficit in his semi-final against David Ferrer, avoided the dreaded bagel by seeing off a set point at 5-0 down before finally breaking the Djokovic serve to love as he began to go for his shots with the set seemingly gone.
  3. (slang, ethnic slur, South Africa) An overly materialistic and selfish young Jewish man.
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  • (spoiled young Jewish man): JAP (US, Australia), kugel (South Africa)
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Verb

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bagel (third-person singular simple present bagels, present participle bagelling or (US) bageling, simple past and past participle bagelled or (US) bageled)

  1. (tennis) To achieve a score of 6–0 in a tennis set.
  2. (sports) To hold an opponent to a score of zero.

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Noun

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bagel (plural bagels)

  1. Alternative form of bagle
    • 2003, Jeffrey Cohen, A Farewell to Legs: An Aaron Tucker Mystery, Bancroft Press, →ISBN, page 211:
      “He’s so adorable, Aaron. Part beagle, part basset hound.” “A bagel. Very appropriate.”
    • 2005, Christina Larson, Marty Is Dead, Protea Publishing, →ISBN, page 86:
      In October, Allan and Rebecca began to care for Marty’s dog Phil more often and adopted the “bagel” (basset and beagle mix breed) when the time came.
    • 2005, Margaret H. Bonham, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Designer Dogs, Alpha Books, →ISBN, page 109:
      The Bagel isn’t necessarily a popular dog, but they seem to appear often enough to be worth mentioning.
    • 2010, Dogs All-in-One For Dummies, Wiley Publishing, Inc., page 601:
      The Bagel is a cross between the Beagle and the Basset Hound. Though not as popular as some of the more well-established mixes, the short-coated Bagel has the loving personality one would expect from two Hounds, plus the potential for some stubbornness.
    • 2012, G. Terrell Cotter, The Arm of the Lord: End Times Mystery, WestBow Press, Thomas Nelson, →ISBN, page 28:
      Linus was half basset and half beagle hound, thus a bagel.

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Dutch

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbeː.ɡəl/
  • Audio:(file)
  • Hyphenation: ba‧gel

Noun

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bagel m (plural bagels, diminutive bageltje n)

  1. bagel (ring-shaped pastry)
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Finnish

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Etymology

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From English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbei̯ɡel/, [ˈbe̞i̯ɡe̞l]

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bagel

  1. Synonym of vesirinkeli

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Inflection of bagel (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative bagel bagelit
genitive bagelin bagelien
partitive bagelia bageleja
illative bageliin bageleihin
singular plural
nominative bagel bagelit
accusative nom. bagel bagelit
gen. bagelin
genitive bagelin bagelien
partitive bagelia bageleja
inessive bagelissa bageleissa
elative bagelista bageleista
illative bageliin bageleihin
adessive bagelilla bageleilla
ablative bagelilta bageleilta
allative bagelille bageleille
essive bagelina bageleina
translative bageliksi bageleiksi
abessive bagelitta bageleitta
instructive bagelein
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of bagel (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative bagelini bagelini
accusative nom. bagelini bagelini
gen. bagelini
genitive bagelini bagelieni
partitive bageliani bagelejani
inessive bagelissani bageleissani
elative bagelistani bageleistani
illative bageliini bageleihini
adessive bagelillani bageleillani
ablative bageliltani bageleiltani
allative bagelilleni bageleilleni
essive bagelinani bageleinani
translative bagelikseni bageleikseni
abessive bagelittani bageleittani
instructive
comitative bageleineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative bagelisi bagelisi
accusative nom. bagelisi bagelisi
gen. bagelisi
genitive bagelisi bageliesi
partitive bageliasi bagelejasi
inessive bagelissasi bageleissasi
elative bagelistasi bageleistasi
illative bageliisi bageleihisi
adessive bagelillasi bageleillasi
ablative bageliltasi bageleiltasi
allative bagelillesi bageleillesi
essive bagelinasi bageleinasi
translative bageliksesi bageleiksesi
abessive bagelittasi bageleittasi
instructive
comitative bageleinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative bagelimme bagelimme
accusative nom. bagelimme bagelimme
gen. bagelimme
genitive bagelimme bageliemme
partitive bageliamme bagelejamme
inessive bagelissamme bageleissamme
elative bagelistamme bageleistamme
illative bageliimme bageleihimme
adessive bagelillamme bageleillamme
ablative bageliltamme bageleiltamme
allative bagelillemme bageleillemme
essive bagelinamme bageleinamme
translative bageliksemme bageleiksemme
abessive bagelittamme bageleittamme
instructive
comitative bageleinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative bagelinne bagelinne
accusative nom. bagelinne bagelinne
gen. bagelinne
genitive bagelinne bagelienne
partitive bagelianne bagelejanne
inessive bagelissanne bageleissanne
elative bagelistanne bageleistanne
illative bageliinne bageleihinne
adessive bagelillanne bageleillanne
ablative bageliltanne bageleiltanne
allative bagelillenne bageleillenne
essive bagelinanne bageleinanne
translative bageliksenne bageleiksenne
abessive bagelittanne bageleittanne
instructive
comitative bageleinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative bagelinsa bagelinsa
accusative nom. bagelinsa bagelinsa
gen. bagelinsa
genitive bagelinsa bageliensa
partitive bageliaan
bageliansa
bagelejaan
bagelejansa
inessive bagelissaan
bagelissansa
bageleissaan
bageleissansa
elative bagelistaan
bagelistansa
bageleistaan
bageleistansa
illative bageliinsa bageleihinsa
adessive bagelillaan
bagelillansa
bageleillaan
bageleillansa
ablative bageliltaan
bageliltansa
bageleiltaan
bageleiltansa
allative bagelilleen
bagelillensa
bageleilleen
bageleillensa
essive bagelinaan
bagelinansa
bageleinaan
bageleinansa
translative bagelikseen
bageliksensa
bageleikseen
bageleiksensa
abessive bagelittaan
bagelittansa
bageleittaan
bageleittansa
instructive
comitative bageleineen
bageleinensa

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl); ultimately from Middle High German bouc, boug- (ring, bracelet), from Old High German boug (ring), from Proto-Germanic *baug- (ring) plus *-il (noun suffix).

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bagel m (plural bagels)

  1. bagel (toroidal bread roll)

Indonesian

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Etymology

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From English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl), ultimately from a diminutive of Middle High German bouc, boug- (ring, bracelet), from Old High German boug (ring), from Proto-Germanic *baugaz (ring).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbaɡəl/
  • Hyphenation: ba‧gêl

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bagêl (first-person possessive bagelku, second-person possessive bagelmu, third-person possessive bagelnya)

  1. (cooking) bagel: a toroidal bread roll that is boiled before it is baked.

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Maranao

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bagel

  1. corrugation; ripple; wave

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Unadapted borrowing from English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl); ultimately from Middle High German bouc, boug- (ring, bracelet), from Old High German boug (ring), from Proto-Germanic *baug- (ring) plus *-il (noun suffix).

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Noun

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bagel m (plural bagels)

  1. bagel (toroidal bread roll)

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English bagel, from Yiddish בייגל (beygl).

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  • IPA(key): /baˈɡel/ [baˈɣ̞el]
  • Rhymes: -el
  • Syllabification: ba‧gel

Noun

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bagel m (plural bagels)

  1. bagel (toroidal bread roll)