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Definition feal

Etymology 1

From Middle English fele, fæle (“proper, of the right sort”), from Old English f?le (“faithful, trusty, good; dear, beloved”), from Proto-Germanic *failijaz (“true, friendly, familiar, good”), from Proto-Indo-European *pey- (“to adore”). Cognate with Scots feel, feelie (“cosy, neat, clean, comfortable”), West Frisian feilich (“safe”), Dutch veil (“for-sale”), Dutch veilig (“safe”), German feil (“for-sale”), Latin p?us (“good, dutiful, faithful, devout, pious”).

Adjective

feal (comparative fealer or more feal, superlative fealest or most feal)

  1. (Britain dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) (of things) Cosy; clean; neat.
  2. (Britain dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) (of persons) Comfortable; cosy; safe.
  3. (Britain dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Smooth; soft; downy; velvety.
Adverb

feal (comparative fealer or more feal, superlative fealest or most feal)

  1. In a feal manner.

Etymology 2

From Middle English felen, from Old Norse fela (“to hide”), from Proto-Germanic *felhan? (“to conceal, hide, bury, trust, intrude”), from Proto-Indo-European *pele(w)-, *pl?(w)- (“to hide”). Cognate with Old High German felahan (“to pass, trust, sow”), Old English f?olan (“to cleave, enter, penetrate”).

Verb

feal (third-person singular simple present feals, present participle fealing, simple past and past participle fealed)

  1. (transitive, dialectal) To hide.

Etymology 3

From Middle English felen (“to come at (one's enemies), advance”), from Old English f?olan (“to cleave, enter, penetrate”), from Proto-Germanic *felhan?.

Verb

feal (third-person singular simple present feals, present participle fealing, simple past fale or fealed, past participle folen or fealed)

  1. (obsolete) To press on, advance.

Etymology 4

Inherited from an unattested Middle English word, borrowed from Old French feal, collateral form of feeil, from Latin fidelis.

Adjective

feal (comparative fealer or more feal, superlative fealest or most feal)

  1. (archaic) faithful, loyal

Etymology 5

Unknown; see fail.

Noun

feal (plural feals)

  1. Alternative form of fail (“piece of turf cut from grassland”)

Results 259 Words with the letters FEAL

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7 letter words with the letters FEAL 
6 letter words with the letters FEAL 
AFIELD 11
AFLAME 13
BAFFLE 16
BEFALL 14
BEFLAG 15
BEFLEA 13
BEHALF 15
DEAFLY 13
DEFLEA 11
EARFUL 11
FABLED 14
FABLER 13
FABLES 13
FACILE 13
FAECAL 13
FAILED 11
FAILLE 11
FALCES 13
FALLEN 12
FALLER 11
FALSER 10
FALSIE 10
FALTER 10
FARDEL 11
FARFEL 13
FARLES 10
FAVELA 14
FEALTY 12
FEATLY 12
FECIAL 13
FECULA 14
FELLAH 13
FELLAS 11
FEMALE 13
FERIAL 10
FERULA 11
FESTAL 10
FETIAL 10
FEUDAL 12
FINALE 11
FLAKED 15
FLAKER 14
FLAKES 14
FLAKEY 16
FLAMBE 16
FLAMED 14
FLAMEN 14
FLAMER 13
FLAMES 13
FLANES 11
FLANGE 13
FLARED 11
FLARES 10
FLAWED 14
FLAXEN 18
FLAXES 17
FLAYED 13
FLAYER 12
FLEAMS 13
FLORAE 10
FOALED 11
FOETAL 10
FOLATE 10
FOVEAL 14
LEAFED 11
LOAFED 11
LOAFER 10
MALFED 14
RAFFLE 13
REFALL 11
SAFELY 12
WAEFUL 14
WAFFLE 16
5 letter words with the letters FEAL 
FABLE 12
FECAL 12
FELLA 10
FLAKE 13
FLAME 12
FLEAM 12
LEAFY 11
4 letter words with the letters FEAL 
ALEF 8
FEAL 8
FLEA 8
LEAF 8
3 letter words with the letters FEAL 
ALE 4
ELF 7
LEA 4
2 letter words with the letters FEAL 
AE 2
AL 3
EF 5
EL 3
FA 5
FE 5
LA 3

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