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Pell vs. Mell

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Pellnoun

A fur or hide.

Mellverb

To say (something); to speak, to tell.

Pellnoun

A lined cloak or its lining.

Mellverb

To deal, concern oneself; to interfere or meddle.

Pellnoun

A roll of parchment; a record kept on parchment.

Mellnoun

Discourse; conversation.

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Pellnoun

(Sussex) A body of water somewhere between a pond and a lake in size.

Mellnoun

(obsolete) Honey.

Pellnoun

An upright post, often padded and covered in hide, used to practice strikes with bladed weapons such as swords or glaives.

Mellverb

To mix; to meddle.

Pellverb

To pelt; to knock about.

Mellnoun

Honey.

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Pellverb

To pelt; to knock about.

Mellnoun

A mill.

Pellnoun

A skin or hide; a pelt.

Mell

Mell (stylized as MELL ) is a female Japanese singer from Sapporo, Japan, who is signed to Geneon Universal Entertainment. She is a former member of the Sapporo-based I've Sound, and one of its main vocalists.

Pellnoun

A roll of parchment; a parchment record.

Pell

Pell is a surname shared by several notable people, listed below Axel Rudi Pell (born 1960), German heavy metal guitar player and member of Steeler and founder of his own eponymous band Charles Pell (1874–1936), American college football coach Charley Pell (1941–2001), American college football player and coach Claiborne Pell (1918–2009), U.S. Senator from Rhode Island, serving six terms from 1961 to 1997, and sponsor of the Pell Grant, which provides financial aid funding to American college students Dave Pell (1925–2017), American jazz saxophonist and bandleader Ella Ferris Pell (1846–1922), American painter, sculptor, and illustrator Eva J. Pell (born 1948), American biologist, plant pathologist, and science administrator George Pell (born 1941), Australian cardinal of the Catholic Church Harry Pell (born 1991), English professional footballer Herbert Pell (1884–1961), American Representative from New York, U.S. Minister to Portugal, U.S. Minister to Hungary, and an instigator and member of the United Nations War Crimes Commission Isabel Pell (1900–1951), American socialite and member of the French Resistance John Pell (1611–1685), English mathematician. See also Pell's equation Morris Birkbeck Pell (1827–1879), American-Australian mathematician, professor, lawyer and actuary Philip Pell (1753–1811), American politician and lawyer who served in the New York State Assembly and as a delegate for New York to the Confederation Congress.

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