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Noël - Wiktionary Etymology From Middle French Noël, from Old French Noel, Naël, inherited from Latin nātālis [diēs Dominī] (“birthday of the Lord”), with dissimilation of the first a Doublet of natal
Noel | Definition of Noel by Merriam-Webster English speakers borrowed the word noel from French It can be traced further back to the Latin word natalis, which can mean "birthday" as a noun or "of or relating to birth" as an adjective (The English adjective natal has the same meaning and is also an offspring of natalis
Noël-Noël - IMDb Warmly popular French character player and screenwriter in his heyday, Noel-Noel was born Lucien Noel and developed his celebrity in music halls and the cabaret venue, where he created his Ademai comic character, a blundering French soldier He eventually took this character successfully to film in the early 30s and remained in movies as both
Noel - Wikipedia Christmas Christmas, from French Noël (“Christmas season”), may come from the Old French nael, may be derived in turn from Latin natalis, meaning " birth " Christmas carol, a song sung during Christmas
Noel - definition of Noel by The Free Dictionary 2 noël also noel A Christmas carol [Middle English noel, from Old French, variant of nael, from Latin nātālis (diēs), (day) of birth, from nātus, past participle of nāscī, to be born; see genə- in Indo-European roots ] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition