1. n. A book containing an original and entertaining, (hopefully), story. Novels are frequently published first in hard cover, and later in paperback form if they become popular.

2. adj. Describing something new and different from what was available or seen before.
1. My favorite genre of novel is Science Fiction.

2. This novel is quite novel.
by Downstrike May 22, 2004
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The name Novelle means 'new comer' in latin. She usually seems rather quiet, shy, or awkward at first but once you get to know her and she feels comfortable around you she is actually quite loud, fun, and outgoing. Tends to be a party animal, but knows how to be responsible. Sometimes people mistake her for bieng rude or unfriendly, but they probably dont know her yet. Novelle always loves to try new things and meet new people, and is very adventurous. She can be insecure and have a low self esteem, but not many notice this. A generally amazing girl who is full of surprises. Very unique. She is also a tiger in the bedroom. You should get to know her!
Me: "Do you know Novelle?"
Bob: "Yeah I've heard of her. She's quiet."
Me: "WHAT?! I thought so too at first, but man, she's crazy!"
by loveydoveykisskiss February 26, 2011
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N. An extremely long text or comment.
"When I asked what happened at the party yesterday, I didn't expect Tom to write me a novel about it.
by Rutzraffereis23 January 6, 2011
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A company that makes networking tools, security products, and server enviroments (OS's). Many people only recognise Novell because they may use the Novell networking tools to sign into thier workstation at school or work.

Novell at one point had bought out the rights to the entire Unix kernel, using it to base their products; which is why their products are so secure and their servers are so stable: they have decades of testing into them.

Novell now funds the SUSE Linux distro for sale and for free use. They are also switching most of their corporate and networking products to the Linux kernel.
Fact: A midwestern university once found that they had forgotten about a Novell server that had been running for 13 years with no downtime.
by PeaTearGriffin January 11, 2006
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From the verb "To Novel". This is where you have intercourse with someone (generally a woman using doggy style or a man) whilst reading out extracts from Charles Dickens.
Phil: I indulged in a bit of novelling with Susie last night
Adam: Really!? What's she into?
Phil: It has to be said, the bitch loves "A Tale of Two Cities"
by matrixbadger February 16, 2009
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a set of networking tools ussaly used in a public school system. it is widley used because of its security.
the IT at our school uses NOVELL to allow us to login.
by opsboy2002 March 21, 2003
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The moron "skuzzi"s defintion says it is an operating system 'noone uses.' No, normal users don't do it, because Novell is a server OS, not an OS for users. It is made to handle network traffic and security.

Another idiot, "Cail" states that the user name "Novell" will get you in to any network...However, the truth is, "Novell" will only get him in to the network he uses @ his school. The only user name that comes preinstalled is "admin" which REQUIRES a password. The reason "Novell" is your login name is because the idiot administrator where you work/go to school has set that to be the username / password with unlimited concurrent connections. (you both are jackasses)
Damn, you shoulda read the definitions for "novell" on urbandictionary.com....People who don't know anything about computers/networking and have never done anything outside of the regular user realm really shouldn't try to define high end networking equipment/software.
by joey March 24, 2005
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