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EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from Ancient Greek

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  • (file)

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styl m

  1. style

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styl m inan

  1. style

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Etymology 1Edit

From Medieval Latin stylus and Old French style, stile, estile; both ultimately from Latin stīlus (stake; pale; pointed instrument; tool for writing), from Proto-Indo-European *stey- (to stick; compress; condense). Cognate with German Stiel (stalk; handle).

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styl m (definite singular styln)

  1. (typography) printing style

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Etymology 2Edit

Likely from Old Norse *stýli, from Proto-Germanic *stūbiliją; related to stuf.

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styl n (definite singular stylä)

  1. (anatomy) a bird's tail
  2. the tail of a väderhvell which makes it turn to the wind

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