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 (sīd′l, zīd′l)
A beer mug.

[German, from Middle High German sīdel, from Latin situla, bucket.]


a vessel for drinking beer
[German, originally a measure varying between about a third and a half litre]


(ˈsaɪd l, ˈzaɪd l)

a large beer mug with a capacity of one liter (1.1 quarts).
[1905–10; < German; Middle High German sīdel < Latin situla bucket]
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Noun1.seidel - a glass for beer
drinking glass, glass - a container for holding liquids while drinking
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