iwwel

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Luxembourgish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German *üvel, a variant of übel, from Old High German ubil, from Proto-Germanic *ubilaz. Cognate with German übel, Dutch euvel, English evil.

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iwwel (masculine iwwelen, neuter iwwelt, comparative méi iwwel, superlative am iwwelsten)

  1. nauseous, queasy, sick
  2. bad
    Synonym: schlecht

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Pennsylvania German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old High German ubil, from Proto-Germanic *ubilaz. Compare German übel, Dutch euvel, English evil.

Adjective[edit]

iwwel

  1. evil
  2. bad
  3. calamitous
  4. nauseous