Vail definitions

vāl
A town of central Colorado west of Denver near Vail Mountain, a peak about 3,432 m (11,260 ft) high. It is a popular ski area and mountain resort.
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To lower (a banner, for example).
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A tip; gratuity.
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To doff (one's hat) as a token of respect or submission.
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To descend; lower.
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To be of use, service, or profit; avail.
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To doff one's hat.
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To lower; let sink or fall down.
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To take off or tip (one's hat, etc.) as a sign of respect or submission.
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(obsolete) Profit; return; proceeds.
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Archaic form of veil.
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(chiefly in the plural, obsolete) Money given to servants by visitors; a gratuity; also vale.

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(obsolete) Submission.
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Sir Walter Scott.

Without vailing his bonnet or testifying any reverence for the alleged sanctity of the relic.

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To let fall; to allow or cause to sink.
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Archaic form of veil.
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A town in Colorado.
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A city in Iowa.
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Origin of vail

Middle English valen short for avalen from Old French avaler from aval downward from Latin ad vallem to the valley ad to ad– vallem accusative of vallēs valley wel-2 in Indo-European roots