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Source: Cleasby/Vigfusson, page b0765, entry 10
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öngull, m., dat. öngli, [A.S. angel; Engl. angle; Germ. angel; all from Lat. ang-ulus, being from the same root as ang-ustus, öngr, etc.]:-- an angle, hook, Hým. 21, Niðrst. 3, 4, Barl. 123, K.Þ.K., and passim. 2. a nickname, Orkn. II. a local name in North Norway and Angeln in Sleswik, whence the name of Eng-land (Engle-land) is derived. Önguls-ey, Anglesey in England, Orkn.

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