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


hathel (plural hathels)

  1. (obsolete or dialectal) A noble; a noble man of worth; man.