Soal meaning

Obsolete form of sole (the fish)
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(UK, dialect) A dirty pond.

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Origin of soal

  • From Middle English sol, sule, from Old English sol (“mud, wet sand, wallowing-place, slough, a mire or miry place”), from Proto-Germanic *sulą (“mire, mud”), from Proto-Indo-European *sūl- (“thick liquid, muck”). Compare sully. More at soil.

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