abele

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See also: Abele, ābele, ābelē, and Ābele

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From Old French aubel, aubiel, from Medieval Latin albellus (white poplar), diminutive of Latin albus (white). Some forms after Middle Dutch abeel, from Old French.

Abele; White poplar

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abele (plural abeles)

  1. The white poplar (Populus alba). [from 13th c.]
    • 1792, Charlotte Smith, Desmond, Broadview 2001, p. 114:
      But I account for my predilection, by the kind of pensive and melancholy peasure I used to feel, when in my childhood and early youth, I walked alone, in a long avenue of arbeal [] .
    • 1844, Elizabeth Barrett Browing, The Rhyme of the Duchess May, line 5:
      Six abeles i' the churchyard grow

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Ayu[edit]

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abele

  1. plural of ibele

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