"top of the head," Old English hnoll, cognate with Middle Dutch nolle, Old High German hnol "back part of the head."
The Steelers, still in their pre-Chuck noll nadir, “were horrible,” he says.
noll, Jennie G., et al. “Obesity Risk for Female Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Prospective Study.”
Prescott threw himself down at the desk, while noll, after saluting, remained standing at attention.
I must believe you, noll, for did I not, then I could believe in naught and hope for naught.
Nineteen at his next coming; but young Dan'l Tobey, risen to be fourth mate on that cruise with noll, laid siege to her.
Old noll himself would have jumped out of the canvas at the tidings.
noll still stood by, watching, ready to be at hand if anything happened.
noll's face was very grave, but he kept his place and said nothing.
noll did not lose sight for a moment of his plan to persuade Uncle Richard to take a walk with him.
This was hardly such an answer as noll craved, yet it made his heart lighter.