fiell

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *falla- (a fall), from Proto-Germanic *fallaną (to fall), from Proto-Indo-European *phol- (to fall). Akin to Old Frisian fal, fel "a fall", Old Saxon fal (a fall), Old High German fal (a fall), Old English feallan "to fall".

Noun[edit]

fiell m, n

  1. a fall
  2. ruin, destruction; death, slaughter
  3. (grammar) case
  4. reflection

Declension[edit]

(masc.)

(neut.)

Descendants[edit]