gauler

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French gauler (to knock down with a pole), from Old French gauler, wauller (to fight with a pole), from gaule, waulle (long pole, rod), from Old Frankish *walu (stick), from Proto-Germanic *waluz (stick, root), from Proto-Indo-European *wel-, *welʷ- (to turn, wind, roll), equivalent to gaule +‎ -er. More at gaule.

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gauler

  1. (transitive) to beat, beat down (with a pole)

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