Hassel



[hah-suh l] /ˈhɑ səl/

noun
1.
Odd
[awd] /ɔd/ (Show IPA), 1897–1981, Norwegian chemist: Nobel Prize 1969.

noun

verb

[1920s+, but mainly 1940s+; origin unknown; probably fr hatchel, ”to harass,” found by 1800, a hatchel being an instrument for beating flax, and related to heckle;perhaps fr hazel, with a variant hassle, the switch used for beatings; hazel oil meant ”a beating” by 1678]

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