Definition of dwale in English:

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dwale

Pronunciation: /dweɪl/

noun

[mass noun] archaic

Origin

Middle English: probably of Scandinavian origin and related to Danish dvale 'deep sleep, stupor', dvaledrik 'sleeping draught'.

Words that rhyme with dwale

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