Ethel

Eth'el adjective [ Anglo-Saxon e...ele , æ...ele . See Atheling .] Noble. [ Obsolete]
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Ethel

• (a.) Noble.
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ETHEL

Electric Train Heating Ex Locomotive. Former class 25s used as mobile generators.
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Ethel

Ethel is an English name for girls. The meaning is `from noble descent` The name Ethel is most commonly given to French girls. (14 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Adel, Etoile See also: Ethalyn
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Ethel

[string quartet] ETHEL is a New York based string quartet that was co-founded in 1998 by Ralph Farris, viola; Dorothy Lawson, cello; Todd Reynolds, violin; and Mary Rowell, violin. Unlike most string quartets, ETHEL plays with amplification and integrates improvisation into its performances. The group`s current membership includes violinist...
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Ethel

[XM] Ethel was the modern rock/alternative channel on XM Satellite Radio. It is the daughter channel of Fred (ch 44), which covers alternative music from its birth through the early 1990s; and the sister channel of Lucy (ch 54), which plays only the most popular alternative hits from the 80s through 90s. Ethel plays the latest alternative m...
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Ethel

Ethel (also æthel) is an Old English word meaning `noble`. It is frequently attested as the first element in Anglo-Saxon names, both masculine and feminine, e.g. Æthelhard, Æthelred, Æthelwulf; Æthelburg, Æthelflæd, Æthelthryth (Audrey). It corresponds to the Adel- and Edel- in continental (German) names, such as Adolph (Æthelwulf), Ada.....
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