- noel: see native
- Noel (n.)
- 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."
- 1. Noel and I do everything together, he involves me in everything.
- 2. She shot to stardom on Broadway in a Noel Coward play.
- 3. Noel and I do everything together.
- 4. Noel seems to have no idea that Frank is dead, too.
- 5. Booth's idea is that Noel , the creepy stalker, was watching the apartment Emma was staying in.
- Booth认为是Noel, 偷窥Emma公寓的跟踪狂.
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