See also: Saal, sål, and sáál

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AfrikaansEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Dutch zaal.

NounEdit

saal (plural sale)

  1. hall, large room
    Die museum beskik oor drie sale.
    The museum disposes of three halls.

Etymology 2Edit

From dialectal Dutch zaal, from zadel with loss of intervocalic -d-.

NounEdit

saal (plural saals)

  1. saddle
    Baie ou volke het geen saals gebruik nie.
    Many ancient peoples did not use saddles.

EstonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

aa is superlong (second quantity). Orthoepy requires a palatalized l, though usually it is not palatalized.

EtymologyEdit

From either German Saal or Middle Low German sāl.

NounEdit

saal (genitive saali, partitive saali)

  1. hall, large room
    Saal on täna kinni. The hall is closed today.

DeclensionEdit

Related termsEdit