gelul etymology

Dutch word gelul comes from Dutch ge-, Dutch lullen

Detailed word origin of gelul

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ge- Dutch (nld) See ge- -te. Used with a verb stem to create a neuter uncountable noun referring to an action or its result, seen as a single collective whole. Comparable to English -ing (although that forms countable nouns, as it does in Dutch). (obsolete, no longer productive) Forms perfective verbs from other verbs with a sense of completeness, or simply as an intensifier.. Used for forming the past [...]
lullen Dutch (nld) (intransitive) To be occupied uttering one of the above noises. (intransitive) To be weak / useless. (intransitive) To loiter, waste time, hang around unproductively. (transitive) To mumble. (transitive) To talk/tell nonsense.
gelul Dutch (nld) Bullshit, empty talk.

Words with the same origin as gelul

Descendants of ge-
gebergte geboorte geboorteakte geboortedatum geboorteplaats gedeelte gedeeltelijk gedonder gedrag gelach geliefd geschenk geschrift gesteente gevang gevecht gevolg gezag gezeik gezeur gezwel ongedierte wangedrag wedergeboorte
Descendants of lullen
lulkoek lullificatie