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1. Etymology of the English word full

the English word full
derived from the Proto-Germanic root *fullaz

Derivations in English

fullback, topfull, fully, fulsome, overfull, fulfill, fulfil, fulled, fulling

Derivations in other languages

French full, Italian full

Cognates

Danish fuld, Dutch vol, German voll, Gothic fulls, Icelandic fullur, Nynorsk fodle, Riksmal full, Swedish full

Usage

Word found in Old English, Modern English

2. Etymology of the English word full

derived from the English word full
derived from the Old French word fouler
derived from the Latin word fullo (cloth-fuller)
derived from the Latin word follare

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