dollen

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Etymology 1[edit]

Germanic, from dol.

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dollen (past singular dolde, past participle gedold)

  1. To tomfool, fool around, frolick, play (with)
  2. To mess with, take the mikey out of someone
  3. To stun (cattle) with a blow
  4. (obsolete) To rage, act outrageously
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dollen

  1. Plural form of dol
  2. Plural form of dolle

Etymology 2[edit]

Germanic, from West Frisian dolle (to dig a hole).

Verb[edit]

dollen (past singular dolde, past participle gedold)

  1. (transitive) To lift, dig up (as harvest)
  2. (transitive) To lift and turn with a rake
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