Tewel

Tew'el noun [ Middle English tuel , Old French tuiel , tuel , French tuyau ; of Teutonic origin; confer Danish tud , Dutch tuit , Prov. German zaute . Confer Tuyère .] 1. A pipe, funnel, or chimney, as for smoke. Chaucer. ...
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Tewel

• (n.) A pipe, funnel, or chimney, as for smoke. • (n.) The tuyere of a furnace.
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Tewel

Tewel is a hamlet located approximately two miles west of Stonehaven, Kincardineshire on the Auchenblae Road in Northeast Scotland. It consists of: ==Nearby places of note== Significant historic listed buildings in the vicinity include: Fetteresso Castle, which is also the site of Bronze Age discoveries< and Muchalls Castle, originally a 14th-cent...
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tewel

a chimney; the rectum or anus of a horse
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