See also: Noel, NOEL, Nóel, noël, Noël, and Nô-el

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English nowel, from Anglo-Norman noel, Middle French noel, a variant of nael, from Latin adjective nātālis (natal, having to do with birth).

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noel (plural noels)

  1. Christmas
  2. A kind of hymn, or canticle, of mediaeval origin, sung in honor of the birth of Christ; a Christmas carol.

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EtymologyEdit

A variant of nael, from the Latin adjective nātālis (natal, having to do with birth).

NounEdit

noel m (oblique plural noeaus or noeax or noiaus or noiax or noels, nominative singular noeaus or noeax or noiaus or noiax or noels, nominative plural noel)

  1. Christmas (Christmas Day)