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cole

1

[ kohl ]

noun

  1. any of various plants of the genus Brassica, of the mustard family, especially kale and rapeseed.


Cole

2

[ kohl ]

noun

  1. Nat “King” Nathaniel Adams Coles, 1919?–65, U.S. singer and jazz pianist.
  2. Thomas, 1801–48, U.S. painter, born in England: a founder of the Hudson River School of landscape painting.
  3. Timothy, 1852–1931, U.S. wood engraver, born in England.
  4. a male given name.

cole

1

/ kəʊl /

noun

  1. any of various plants of the genus Brassica, such as the cabbage and rape Also calledcolewort


Cole

2

/ kəʊl /

noun

  1. ColeNat `King'19171965MUSMUSIC: popular singerMUSIC: jazz pianist Nat `King' , real name Nathaniel Adams Cole. 1917–65, US popular singer and jazz pianist
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Word History and Origins

Origin of cole1

First recorded before 1000; Middle English col(e), Old English cāl, cāw(e)l; akin to German Kohl “cabbage”; from Latin caulis “stalk, cabbage”; cognate with Greek kaulós “stalk”; kohlrabi
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Word History and Origins

Origin of cole1

Old English cāl, from Latin caulis plant stalk, cabbage
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Example Sentences

Divorced since 2009, he had two children, Cole and Ella, then in their teens.

From Vox

Cole sounded the alarm on the phenomenon, right as the technology was about to explode.

Soon, Aldrete and Cole started FaceTiming and playing video games virtually.

Cole took it over in 2017 and was voted out of office a year later.

The Yankees, for example, have one of the top arms in Cole, whom they signed to a record contract in the winter, and three quality starters behind him.

And will this become four, if Cole and Helen have theirs added too?

Her relationship with him had failed, Alison told Cole, because he reminded her of their dead son.

Coded references to risqué and sexual matters were catnip to the lyricists Lorenz Hart and Cole Porter.

Allison and Cole have lost a child, his family is shady, and his mother domineering.

Allison lives there with Cole (Joshua Jackson), her husband.

He also instituted primary schools in every commune, and started an cole Normale for the training of teachers.

It derived its name from King Cole, the "merry old soul" of the familiar nursery rhyme.

All the morning in the cellar with the colliers, removing the coles out of the old cole hole into the new one, which cost me 8s.

After studying at the cole Polytechnique, he was in 1794 the first pupil admitted to the cole des Mines.

No need to mind that,” returns Cole, “five sovereigns were put into my hand when the child was born.

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