WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
weal1 /wil/USA pronunciation n. [uncountable]


weal2 /wil/USA pronunciation n. 

    Pathology wheal.

Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

weal /wiːl/ n
  1. a raised mark on the surface of the body produced by a blow
    Also called: welt
Etymology: 19th Century: variant of wale1, influenced in form by wheal
weal /wiːl/ n
  1. archaic prosperity or wellbeing (now esp in the phrases the public weal, the common weal)
Etymology: Old English wela; related to Old Saxon welo, Old High German wolo

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