çel

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See also: cel, cél, cèl, and ceļ

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Albanian *štšela, from Proto-Indo-European *skel- (split (apart)) (compare Lithuanian skélti, Old Norse skilja, Ancient Greek σκάλλω (skállō, to hoe, stir up)).

Verb[edit]

çel (first-person singular past tense çela, participle çelur)

  1. to open up, undo
  2. to sprout, come out
  3. to hatch out

Derived terms[edit]