קול

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Hebrew[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Root
ק־ו־ל

Cognate with Aramaic קָלָא(qālā), Ge'ez ቃል (ḳal, voice), and related to Arabic قَوْل(qawl, saying) also colloquially pronounced /ɡoːl/ or /ʔoːl/.

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Noun[edit]

קוֹל (kolm (plural indefinite קוֹלוֹת‎, singular construct קוֹל־)

  1. voice (also in its figurative senses of opinion or order)
  2. sound (see also צליל‎)
  3. (Modern) vote

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Etymology 2[edit]

From the English adjective cool

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Adjective[edit]

קוּל (kul) (feminine קוּלית‎, masculine plural קוּלִים‎, feminine plural קוּלִיוֹת‎)

  1. (colloquial) cool person
  2. (colloquial) fashionable, popular (person or thing)
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Yiddish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew קוֹל(kól).

Noun[edit]

קול (koln, plural קולער(keler), diminutive קולכל(kelkhl)

  1. voice, cry