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knoll 1

 (nōl)
n.
A small rounded hill or mound; a hillock.

[Middle English knol, from Old English cnoll.]

knoll 2

 (nōl) Archaic
v. knolled, knoll·ing, knolls
v.intr.
To ring mournfully; knell.
v.tr.
To ring or sound (a bell, for example) mournfully; knell.
n.
A knell.

[Middle English knollen, probably alteration of knellen, to knell; see knell.]

knoll

(nəʊl)
n
(Physical Geography) a small rounded hill
[Old English cnoll; compare Old Norse knollr hilltop]
ˈknolly adj

knoll

(nəʊl)
n, vb
an archaic or dialect word for knell
ˈknoller n

knoll1

(noʊl)

n.
a small, rounded hill or mound.
[before 900; Middle English cnol, Old English cnoll, c. Middle Dutch, Middle High German knolle clod, Old Norse knollr summit]
knoll′y, adj.

knoll2

(noʊl)
Archaic. v.t.
1. to ring or toll a bell for; announce by tolling.
2. to ring or toll (a bell).
v.i.
3. to sound, as a bell; ring.
4. to sound a knell.
n.
5. a stroke of a bell in ringing or tolling.
[1350–1400; Middle English (n. and v.); alter. of knell]
knoll′er, n.

knoll

- The summit or rounded top of a mountain or hill, it seems to derive from Old Teutonic knoo-lo, meaning "ball, clod, knot."
See also related terms for summit.

knoll


Past participle: knolled
Gerund: knolling

Imperative
knoll
knoll
Present
I knoll
you knoll
he/she/it knolls
we knoll
you knoll
they knoll
Preterite
I knolled
you knolled
he/she/it knolled
we knolled
you knolled
they knolled
Present Continuous
I am knolling
you are knolling
he/she/it is knolling
we are knolling
you are knolling
they are knolling
Present Perfect
I have knolled
you have knolled
he/she/it has knolled
we have knolled
you have knolled
they have knolled
Past Continuous
I was knolling
you were knolling
he/she/it was knolling
we were knolling
you were knolling
they were knolling
Past Perfect
I had knolled
you had knolled
he/she/it had knolled
we had knolled
you had knolled
they had knolled
Future
I will knoll
you will knoll
he/she/it will knoll
we will knoll
you will knoll
they will knoll
Future Perfect
I will have knolled
you will have knolled
he/she/it will have knolled
we will have knolled
you will have knolled
they will have knolled
Future Continuous
I will be knolling
you will be knolling
he/she/it will be knolling
we will be knolling
you will be knolling
they will be knolling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been knolling
you have been knolling
he/she/it has been knolling
we have been knolling
you have been knolling
they have been knolling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been knolling
you will have been knolling
he/she/it will have been knolling
we will have been knolling
you will have been knolling
they will have been knolling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been knolling
you had been knolling
he/she/it had been knolling
we had been knolling
you had been knolling
they had been knolling
Conditional
I would knoll
you would knoll
he/she/it would knoll
we would knoll
you would knoll
they would knoll
Past Conditional
I would have knolled
you would have knolled
he/she/it would have knolled
we would have knolled
you would have knolled
they would have knolled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.knoll - a small natural hillknoll - a small natural hill      
anthill, formicary - a mound of earth made by ants as they dig their nest
hill - a local and well-defined elevation of the land; "they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia"
kopje, koppie - a small hill rising up from the African veld
molehill - a mound of earth made by moles while burrowing

knoll

hillock
noun hill, swell, mound, barrow, hummock a grassy knoll
Translations
kumpare

knoll

[nəʊl] Notero m, montículo m

knoll

nHügel m, → Kuppe f

knoll

[nəʊl] npoggio
References in classic literature ?
Long did it proceed unanswered, till the knolling of a bell stole in among the intervals of her words, like a clang that had travelled far over valley and rising ground, and was just ready to die in the air.