deogol

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old English, from Proto-Germanic *daugilaz (dark, hidden, secret). Akin to Old High German tougal (dark, secret), tougilen (to hide). More at dēag (dye).

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Adjective[edit]

dēogol

  1. secret, hidden, furtive
    déogol daédhata / deorcum nihtum ("a furtive despoiler, in dark nights" trans. Benjamin Slade) Beowulf 275

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