hathel

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Middle English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From a conflation of haleth ‎(hero, warrior) (from Old English hæleþ) and athel, athele ‎(noble) (from Old English æþele). More at athel, heleth.

Noun[edit]

hathel (plural hathels)

  1. A noble; a noble man of worth; man.

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