rebel

See also: Rebel

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Etymology 1Edit

From Old French rebelle, from Latin rebellis ‎(waging war again; insurgent), from rebellō ‎(I wage war again, fight back), from re- ‎(again, back) + bellō ‎(I wage war).

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rebel ‎(plural rebels)

  1. A person who resists an established authority, often violently.
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old French rebeller, from Latin rebellō ‎(I wage war again, fight back), from re- ‎(again, back) + bellō ‎(I wage war). See also revel.

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rebel ‎(third-person singular simple present rebels, present participle rebelling, simple past and past participle rebelled)

  1. (intransitive) To resist or become defiant toward an authority.
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rebel m ‎(plural rebels)

  1. rebel

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rebel m

  1. rebel

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  • Hyphenation: re‧bel

EtymologyEdit

From Old French rebelle, from Latin rebellis ‎(waging war again; insurgent), from rebellō ‎(I wage war again, fight back), from re- ‎(again, back) + bellō ‎(I wage war).

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rebel m ‎(plural rebellen, diminutive rebelletje n)

  1. rebel

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