Etymology
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roundel (n.)

c. 1300, "a circle, anything round;" early 14c., "a round slice;" from Old French rondel, rondeaul "round dance; dance lyric; roundel," from rond "round" (see round (n.)). From late 14c. as "an ornamental ball or knob;" also "a short poem on two rhymes."

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Definitions of roundel

roundel (n.)
English form of rondeau having three triplets with a refrain after the first and third;
roundel (n.)
round piece of armor plate that protects the armpit;
roundel (n.)
(heraldry) a charge in the shape of a filled circle;
a hollow roundel
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