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See also Öl, OL, ol, øl, and ól

Hungarian

Etymology

From the same Uralic root *sile as Finnish syli.

Pronunciation

Verb

öl

  1. To kill, slay

Derived terms

Noun

öl (plural ölek)

  1. lap (of a person)
  2. fathom

Declension

Derived terms


Icelandic

Declension of öl
(singular) (plural)
(indefinite) (definite) (indefinite) (definite)
nominative öl ölið öl ölin
accusative öl ölið öl ölin
dative öli ölinu ölum ölunum
genitive öls ölsins öla ölanna
Other words with the same declension

Noun

öl n.

  1. beer

Derived terms


Old Norse

Noun

öl n.

  1. beer

Derived terms


Swedish

Etymology

From Old Swedish öl, which has the same meaning, from a common Germanic root. Probably related to Latin alumen, alum; the meaning of "feast" comes from the custom of beer being served at feasts

Pronunciation

Noun

öl n. or c. (see translations)

  1. n. (uncountable) beer
    Detta var ett riktigt gott öl.
    "This was was a really good beer."
  2. c. (countable) beer
    Detta är vårt sista öl.
    "This is our last beer".
  3. (archaic, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) feast
    Med anledning av landsfiskal Axelssons hastiga bortgång kommer gravöl att hållas på lördag eftermiddag.
    "Because of sheriff Axelsson's sudden departure, funeral arrangements (literally, "funeral feast") will be held on Saturday afternoon."

Derived terms


Turkish

Etymology

From ölmek (to die).

Verb

öl

  1. imperative of ölmek.

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