5 letter words with AOL in the middle

5 letter words with AOL in the middle in English

Common 5 letter words with AOL in the middle with meaning

Parts of Speech

Gaols is a noun and a verb.


Noun: A place of confinement, especially for prisoners.

Verb: To put or keep in a gaol.


US: /dʒeɪlz/

UK: /dʒeɪlz/

Origin and Usage

Gaols is a variant spelling of "jails". It is commonly used in British English, whereas "jails" is more commonly used in American English. The word originated from Old French "gaole" which means "jail, prison".


Prison, penitentiary, correctional facility, detention center, lockup.

Related Words

Prison, cells, caged, jailed, locked.

Example Sentences
  • He was sentenced to five years in gaol for theft.
  • The gaol was overcrowded and the conditions were inhumane.
  • The police gaol is located in the city center.
  • The judge gaol the defendant for contempt of court.

1. Parts of Speech: Proper noun

2. Definitions: A male given name of Italian origin.

3. Pronunciations: US: pah-OH-loh, UK: pah-OH-loh

4. Origin and Usage: Paolo is derived from the Latin name Paulus, which means "small" or "humble". It is a popular name in Italy and other countries with Italian influence, such as the Philippines and Brazil. The name has been used since ancient times, and has been borne by several saints and popes throughout history.

5. Synonyms: None

6. Related Words: Alamo, Gallo, Halon, Palma, Salvo

7. Example Sentences:

  • Paolo is excited to start his new job.
  • She met Paolo while studying abroad in Italy.
  • Paolos family is originally from Naples.