- dufay, guillaume,
- duff up,
- duffel bag,
- duffel coat,
- duffle coat
Origin of duffel
Examples from the Web for duffle
Ray leaves the duffle bag behind, and the baby is inadvertently left for dead.
Owing to the great care with which their duffle bags had been made up that morning, nothing was really injured.Bob Hunt in Canada|George W. Orton
He wore a brown doublet of duffle and brown trunks and hose, and boots that appeared to be too big even for his huge feet.The Laughing Cavalier|Baroness Orczy
They have their trench helmets slung behind them with their other duffle.Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest|Alice B. Emerson
Word Origin for duffel
1670s, from Dutch duffel, from Duffel, town in Brabant where the cloth was originally sold. Duffel bag is American English, first recorded 1917 in a letter of e e cummings.