steall

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Irish[edit]

Noun[edit]

steall f

  1. splash
  2. poured-out quantity, dash
  3. gush, flow; spell

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Verb[edit]

steall (present analytic steallann, future analytic steallfaidh, verbal noun stealladh, past participle steallta)

  1. to splash; spout, pour
  2. to dash, bash

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Old English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *stallaz, *staþl-, from Proto-Indo-European *sta- (to stand) and Proto-Indo-European *stel-. Akin to Old Frisian stal, Old High German stall (German Stall "stable", Stelle "place"), Old Norse stallr

Noun[edit]

steall ?

  1. a position, especially one that is standing; position of affairs, state, condition, standing
  2. place, stead
  3. a place for cattle, stall, stable
  4. fishing ground, place to catch fish

Declension[edit]

(when masculine)

(when neuter)

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