Vandal

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See also: vandal, vandál, and vàndal

English[edit]

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From Latin Vandalus, named after the Germanic tribe, from Proto-Germanic *wandilaz, from Proto-Indo-European *wendʰ-eh₂-. Also related to Old English Wendlas.

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Vandal ‎(plural Vandals)

  1. A member of an ancient east Germanic tribe famous for sacking Rome.

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Vandal ‎(not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to the Vandals.

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English Vandal, from Latin Vandalus, named after the Germanic tribe, from Proto-Germanic *wandilaz.

Noun[edit]

Vandal m ‎(genitive singular Vandail, nominative plural Vandail)

  1. (historical) Vandal

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