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CebuanoEdit

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  • Hyphenation: tu‧ngol

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tungol

  1. (rare) pig tripe
  2. (anatomy) the stomach

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EtymologyEdit

From Old English tungol, see below

NounEdit

tungol (plural tunglen)

  1. a planet, a heavenly body such as a star
    On þine deaðe ealle tunglen & gesceafte wurðen gestyrede. — The Gospel of Nicodemus, c1150

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Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *tunglą (heavenly body, star, orb), from Proto-Indo-European *denǵʰ- (to shine). Cognate with Old High German zungal, Old Saxon tungal, Old Norse tungl (Swedish tungel (moon)).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtunɡol/, [ˈtuŋɡol]

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tungol n (nominative plural tunglu)

  1. celestial body, heavenly body; planet
    Se mōna is ealra tungla nyþemest.
    The moon is the closest of all heavenly bodies.
  2. star
  3. constellation
    Under ðām circule yrnð sēo sunne and se mōna and ðā twelf tunglena tācna.
    Around the circle (of the zodiac) run the sun, the moon, and the twelve constellation signs.

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