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nowel

[ noh-el ]

noun

, Archaic.


Nowel

/ nəʊˈɛl /

noun

  1. archaic spellings of Noel


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Word History and Origins

Origin of nowel1

1300–50; Middle English < Middle French no ( u ) el Noel
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Example Sentences

We don't cry Nowel any more; instead we petition the janitor to send up a little more steam.

Roger Nowel Esquire, aforesaid, the thirtieth day of March, 1612.

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