Equivalent to the English suffixes -let in "streamlet," -ule in "globule," "pustule."
So it was settled that the sun spent all his time in the neighbourhood of ule.
ule was a little city in the midst of a wide plain, and round about it was a stout wall.
Measures had of course been taken to keep the Flamp out of ule.
The shipps company came to the English howse in a maske, and after plaied Christmas ule games in good sort and meryment.
Suffice it to say, that henceforward the Flamp became the guardian of ule.
The elder folks gathered in knots in the churchyard, greeting and shaking hands; and the children ran about crying, ule!
But this question presented no difficulty to the good people of ule.
He went at once to the Council Chamber and summoned a meeting of the wise men of ule.
And to the end of the history of ule, no honour was esteemed more highly by the citizens than the simple affix F.F.