stapol

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From Proto-Germanic *stapulaz, from Proto-Indo-European *stebʰ- (post, stem). Akin to Old Frisian stapul (tooth-stem), Middle Low German stapel (execution block) (German Stapel (beam, stake)), Old High German staffal, Old Norse stöpull, Old English stæf (staff).

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stapol m

  1. basis
  2. post; trunk of a tree, support, stay
  3. pillar, column
  4. threshold; flight of stairs
  5. market, court

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