dells


dells

n.1

Old English dell “dell, hollow, dale” (perhaps lost and then borrowed in Middle English from cognate Middle Dutch/Middle Low German delle), from Proto-Germanic *daljo (cf. German Delle “dent, depression,” Gothic ib-dalja “slope of a mountain”); related to dale (q.v.).

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