- From Anglo-Norman noel, Middle French noel, a variant of nael, from Latin adjective natalis, "natal", "having to do with birth". (Wiktionary)
“i.e. parire, to bring forth young \ from whence the French word noel, and the Iriih nolagh,”
“There are noble gestures -- a neo-soul noel from the Roots affiliate James Poyser, "When Christmas Comes," and "Oh Santa!,”
“I really love this cross stitch design but can fully understand why you bought the 'noel' rather than the 'christmas' version - snow is sooooooo boring to cross-stitch: o) but it will be worth it when it's done”
“Yes | No | Report from noel evans wrote 39 weeks 12 hours ago”
“I stayed at home trying to remember the way Pasquale made buche de noel.”
“June 5th, 2010 at 8: 05 pm weird comercial but i love star wars, noel, snoop and david so i love the comercial lol cant wait till the cuo starts”
“January 6th, 2010 at 6: 36 pm noel, by “everywhere” i did mean “the contiguous 48 states.””
“And anyone who is even the slightest bit skeptical about all the global warming hype is a “DENIALIST!” noel Says:”
“The reason I love The First Noel, besides the fact that it's such a pretty tune, is that the first noel that the angel did say was to certain poor shepherds in fields where they lay.”
“That is news to be adulated and spread world wide!! noel beltran”
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Inspired by gangerh's extremely addictive list songbirds, this is the same type list, but for male names. Same rules apply:
Names of boys in song titles. Not in the lyrics, just in the title...
Words that have been used as baby names, including virtue names, nature names, place names, etc.
The title is an actual name given to a Puritan boy in the 17th century.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
All those words (or distinctive phrases) you only hear at a certain time of year...
Hey! This is my 100th list!
Looking for tweets for noel.