[noh-el for 1, 2; noh-uh l, nohl for 3] /noʊˈɛl for 1, 2; ˈnoʊ əl, noʊl for 3/
the Christmas season; yuletide.
(lowercase) a Christmas song or carol.
a male given name.
(esp in carols) another word for Christmas
(often not capital) (rare) a Christmas carol
late 14c., nowel “feast of Christmas,” from Old French noel “the Christmas season,” variant of nael, from Latin natalis (dies) “birth (day),” in Church Latin in reference to the birthday of Christ, from natus, past participle of nasci “be born” (Old Latin gnasci; see genus). The modern word in English, with the sense “a Christmas carol” (1811) probably is a separate borrowing from French. As a masc. proper name, from Old French, probably literally “of or born on Christmas.”
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[noh-uh l-bey-ker, nohl-] /ˈnoʊ əlˈbeɪ kər, ˈnoʊl-/ noun 1. Philip John, 1889–1982, British statesman and author: Nobel Peace Prize 1959.
- Noel coward
[kou-erd] /ˈkaʊ ərd/ noun 1. Noel, 1899–1973, English playwright, author, actor, and composer. /ˈkaʊəd/ noun 1. a person who shrinks from or avoids danger, pain, or difficulty /ˈkaʊəd/ noun 1. Sir Noël (Pierce). 1899–1973, English dramatist, actor, and composer, noted for his sophisticated comedies, which include Private Lives (1930) and Blithe Spirit (1941) n. mid-13c., […]
[noh-uh-mahy] /ˈnoʊ əˌmaɪ/ noun, Douay Bible. 1. (def 1).
- No end of
noun phrase An never-ending resource; something that goes on and on: no end to her nagging