- A shop.
From Middle Dutch winkel (“corner”), from Old Dutch winkel, from Proto-Germanic *winkilaz, from Proto-Indo-European *weng- (“to bend, bow, arch, curve”). Cognate with German Winkel, Old English wincel. The meaning "shop" is derived from the meaning "corner in which merchandise is stalled".
- A shop, establishment that sells goods to the public.
- (obsolete) A corner, as in winkelhaak.
- A shop, service point
- Afrikaans: winkel
- Negerhollands: winkel
- → Malay: bengkel
- Indonesian: bengkel
- → Sranan Tongo: winkri
See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.