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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English orgul, orgel, partly from Old English orgol, orgel (pride), perhaps from a Proto-Germanic *uzgōljō, equivalent to or- (out) *gōl (boast; showiness; pomp; splendor), related to Old English galan ("to sing"; > Modern English gale). Also perhaps partly from Old French orgoill, from Vulgar Latin *orgōllia, *orgōlla, from Frankish *orgōllja, from the same Proto-Germanic source. Cognate with Old High German urguol, urguoli, urgilo (pride) and Spanish orgullo.

NounEdit

orgul (uncountable)

  1. (archaic) Pride.

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orgul n (genitive singular orguls, plural orgul)

  1. organ (musical instrument)

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n13 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative orgul orglið orgul orglini
Accusative orgul orglið orgul orglini
Dative orgli orglinum orglum orglunum
Genitive orguls orgulsins orgla orglanna

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