Hathel meaning

(obsolete or dialectal) A noble; a noble man of worth; man.
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Origin of hathel

  • From Middle English hathel (“a noble, knight, man”), a conflation of Middle English haleth (“hero, warrior”) (from Old English hæleþ) and Middle English athel, athele (“noble”) (from Old English æþele). More at athel, heleth.

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