Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word del. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in del.
Definitions and meaning of del
From delta, the symbol being an inverted delta
(mathematical analysis) The symbol ∇ used to denote the gradient operator.
(mathematics) the symbol ∂, in the context of a partial differential
(The symbol ∇):atled, nabla
Wikipedia article on del, the mathematical symbol
(obsolete) a part, portion
Abbreviation of delegate.
Abbreviation of delegation.
Abbreviation of delete.
Abbreviation of Latin delineavit
abbreviation of delineavit as seen on published artwork, identifying the original artist. Commonly seen in books and articles on topics in natural history
'eld, DLE, EDL, LDE, LED, eld, led, μLED
Variant of standard dal.
to go out
From a contraction of the preposition de(“of, from”) + masculine singular article el(“the”).
of the, from the
From Proto-Brythonic*döl (whence also Welshdail), from Proto-Celtic*dolyā. Cognate with Middle Irishduille, from Old Irishduilne, from a variant form *dolnyā; both are from Proto-Indo-European*dʰelh₁-(“blossom”), whence also Ancient Greekθάλλω(thállō, “to bloom”), Old Englishdile(“dill”), and Old Armenianդալար(dalar, “green, fresh”).
spotted harrier, swamp harrier
peregrine falcon, brown falcon
(Central) IPA(key): /dəl/
(Valencian) IPA(key): /del/
Contraction of the preposition de and the article el. of the
“del” in Diccionari de la llengua catalana, segona edició, Institut d’Estudis Catalans.
From Spanishdel, contraction of ‘deel.’
(obsolete) of the, from the (only in names with Spanish origins or in phrases with Spanish construct)
From Middle Low Germandēl, deil, from Proto-Germanic*dailą, *dailiz(“part, portion, deal”). The word has replaced the native noun Old Danishdeld, Old Norsedeild, from Proto-Germanic*dailiþō.