Aalbeek

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Etymology[edit]

First attested as oelbeek in 1324. Derived from a compound of ool (land next to water, humid low-lying land) and beek (brook, stream). Compare Aalbeke.

See also Limburgish Aolbaek.

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Aalbeek n

  1. A village in Beekdaelen, Limburg, Netherlands.