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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *runilaz, from Proto-Germanic *runiz (course; track). Compare Swedish rännil (runnel; runner).

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NounEdit

rynel m (nominative plural rynelas)

  1. runner; messenger; courier
  2. runnel; stream

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  • Middle English: runel, rinel, rennel