/ (dɑːl) /
a variant spelling of dhal
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Examples from the Web for dholl
At this ration the rice and flour or soujee were calculated to last five months; and the peas or dholl for nearly a twelvemonth.
Many of these are grown in India as fodder plants; others for their seeds, known as gram, dholl, &c.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom|P. L. Simmonds