Wall Wikipedia.
weall, an Old English word for wall. The term wall comes from Latin vallum meaning an" earthen wall or rampart set with palisades, a row or line of stakes, a wall, a rampart, fortification" while the Latin word murus means a defensive stone wall.
Wall Definition of Wall by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
6: something resembling a wall as in appearance, function, or effect especially: something that acts as a barrier or defense a wall of reserve tariff wall. off the wall. slang: crazy the plan was off the wall. up the wall.
WALL meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
The lizard took it to the back wall of the cage, where it beakwiped several times, thereafter dropping the larva which survived the attack. From the Cambridge English Corpus. This included the bladder wall, rectal wall and the right femoral head.
wall Wiktionary.
From Middle English wall, from Old English weall wall, dike, earthwork, rampart, dam, rocky shore, cliff, from Proto-Germanic wallaz, wall wall, rampart, entrenchment, from Latin vallum wall, rampart, entrenchment, palisade, from Proto-Indo-European wel to turn, wind, roll. Perhaps conflated with waw a wall within a house or dwelling, a room partition, from Middle English wawe, from Old English wg, wh an interior wall, divider, see waw.

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