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Feola

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Feola is a fictional character from the 2014 film Pele.

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Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language (1878)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

fêla, feola, feala, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language of the XIII., XIV and XV. Centuries (1867)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

fela, feola, feala, OFris. felo, fele, 0Sах. ОНGerm filu, filo, Gr. колб, ...

Google previewA Handy Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon Poetry Based on Groschopp's Grein (1886)

by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein

No neuters are found: only a few forms are left, as feolu, feolo, feola, fela. 5 55. — H. The Consonant (weak) Declension. the -n-decleNSION. Masculine. Neuter. Feminine. Sg. N. hunta, (hunter). eage, (eye). tunge, (tongue). G. huntan, eagan ...

Google previewAn Outline of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, from the Appendix of Harrison & Baskervill's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1887)

by William Malone Baskervill

No neuters are found: only a few forms are left, as feolu, feolo, feola, fela. is 55.— II. THE CONSONANT (WEAK) DnomaNsxoN. THE -n-DECLENSIONZ Masculine. Neuter. Feminine. Sg. N. hunta; (hunter). éage, (eye). tunge, (tongue).

Google previewA Dictionary of the old English language, compiled from writings of the 13. 14. and 15. centuries (1867)

by Franz Heinrich Stratmann

fela, feola, feala, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Friends (Quakers) (2012)

by Margery Post Abbott

Bishop, George Feola, Maryann S. George Bishop, Seventeenth-Century Soldier Turned Quaker. York, England: William Sessions, Ebor Press, 1996. Boulding, Elise and Kenneth Ewart Boulding, Elise. Born Remembering.

Google previewIrish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary (2000)

by The Educational Company of Ireland

blianta ilaith “ Пата “ Hatha feoil “ feola “ feolta gleann “ gleanna “ gleannta móin “ móna móinte tios “ feasa síocháin “ síochána —sioc “ seaca troid “ пода “ troideanna sg. pl. sg. pl. N. £9' A. .' an coinín Óg na coinïní óga an balla íseal na ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1953)

by Hans Kurath

Also fela, feola, -e, feala, -e, fale, feil(e, file, vele, veole, veale, vale. Forms: comp. feler, feolore; sup. felest ( only in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Anglo-saxon Language (1838)

by Joseph Bosworth

FELA, faela, feala, feola; adj. indecl . [Plat. Dut. veel: Ger. viel: Ker. fil, filu: Moes. filu : Icel. fiól for fiolld, in composition, ...

Google previewA Handy Poetical Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1885)

Based on Groschopp's Grein. Edited, Revised, and Corrected with Grammatical Appendix, List of Irregular Verbs, and Brief Etymological Features by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein

fela, feala, feola, feolo, 1. indecl. ii.

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Scrabble value of F4E1O1L1A1

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