Origin of dellMiddle English and Old English del from Indo-European base an unverified form dhel-, cavity, hollow from source dale, Welsh dol, Dutch dal, German tal, valley
A river runs through a dell.
An example of a dell is a tiny valley in a wooded area, tucked away from the rest of civilization.
Origin of dellMiddle English del from Old English dell
From Middle English delle, from Old English *dell (“small dale”), from Proto-Germanic *daljō (“a hollow, abyss”), diminutive of Proto-Germanic *dalą (“valley, dale”), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰol-, *dʰel- (“an arch, vaulting, curve, curvature, cavity”). Cognate with Dutch del (“a dell”), German dialectal Telle (“a hollow”).
dell - Computer Definition
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- The most important relic of its Etruscan period is the Porta dell' Arco, an archway of dark greystone, about 20 ft.
- D'Andrade, Relazione dell' ufficio regionale per la conservazione dei monumenti del Piemonte e della Liguria, 7 seq.
- There is also a fine pulpit by Fra Guglielmo dell' Agnello of Pisa (1270).
- 7,953 Albrun Pass (Binn to Devero and Baceno), bridle path 7,907 Greina Pass (Olivone to the Somvix Glen), bridle path ï¿½ 7,743 San Giacomo Pass (Airolo to Tosa Falls), bridle path 7,573 Passo di Buffalora(Val Mesocco to the Val Calanca),foot path 7,431 Passo dell' Uomo (Airolo to the Lukmanier Pass),bridle path 7,258 Splugen Pass (Thusis to Chiavenna), carriage road.
- Coast, with picturesque Spanish fortifications, constructed in 1602 by Philip III.; Rio dell' Elba and Rio Marina, both on the E.