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KNOLL, verb transitive noll. [See Knell.] To ring a bell, usually for a funeral.

KNOLL, verb intransitive noll. To sound, as a bell.

[This word, I believe, is not used in America.]

KNOLL, noun noll. The top or crown of a hill; but more generally, a little round hill or mount; a small elevation of earth.