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fule (plural fules)

  1. (dialectal, chiefly Scotland) fool
    • 1818, Sir Walter Scott, The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Volume 2[1]:
      "What's the fule thing shaking for?" said he; "I mean nothing but civility to you.
    • 1888, H. Rider Haggard, Colonel Quaritch, V.C.[2]:
      That army gent, Major Boston, as is agent for all the College lands down the valley, he be a poor weak fule [] .
    • 1914, Zane Grey, The Light of Western Stars[3]:
      "Why, you dog-goned old fule, you cain't hit thet bawl."

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AdjectiveEdit

fule

  1. definite of ful
  2. plural of ful

Middle EnglishEdit

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fule

  1. Alternative form of fole (fool)

Norwegian BokmålEdit

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fule

  1. definite singular/plural of ful

Norwegian NynorskEdit

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fule

  1. definite singular/plural of ful

SwedishEdit

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fule

  1. absolute definite natural masculine form of ful.