dyer's rocket, dyer's mignonette, weld, Reseda luteola(noun)
European mignonette cultivated as a source of yellow dye; naturalized in North America
Weld, Theodore Dwight Weld(noun)
United States abolitionist (1803-1895)
a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together
join together by heating
unite closely or intimately
"Her gratitude welded her to him"
possibly deriving from the word for woodland. The family is mainly located in the Southern regions of England.
Origin: From welde, wolde, from walþō (cf. wouw, walde, wolde), from walþuz. More at wold.
an herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad. It is used by dyers to give a yellow color
coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant
to press or beat into intimate and permanent union, as two pieces of iron when heated almost to fusion
fig.: To unite closely or intimately
the state of being welded; the joint made by welding
Origin: [Probably originally the same word as well to spring up, to gush; perhaps from the Scand.; cf. Sw. vlla to weld, uppvlla to boil up, to spring up, Dan. vlde to gush, G. wellen to weld. See Well to spring.]
Weld is a live album and concert video by Neil Young & Crazy Horse released in 1991, comprising performances recorded on the tour to promote the Ragged Glory album. It was initially released as a limited edition three-disc set entitled Arc-Weld, with the Arc portion being a single disc consisting in its entirety of a sound collage of guitar noise and feedback. Arc has since been released as a separate title. Weld consists of rock and roll songs by Young and Crazy Horse, duplicating seven that had appeared on either Rust Never Sleeps or Live Rust from twelve years earlier. It also echoes those albums as Young, in both cases having spent most of a previous decade pursuing different musical avenues, returned to straightforward rock and roll via the acclaimed Ragged Glory album with Crazy Horse, then celebrating that return with an accompanying multi-disc live document and concert film. An interesting cut on this album is Young's "Gulf War" version of Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind", which had air raid sound effects. Neil Young claims that, while mixing this album, he permanently damaged his hearing. There was a brief release of the concert featuring video footage on VHS, but there was no DVD release. The VHS tape is now an out-of-print collector's item.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
weld, n. a scentless species of mignonette, yielding a yellow dye—(Scot.) Wald. [Cf. Ger. wau.]
weld, v.t. to join together as iron or steel by hammering, when softened by heat: to join closely.—v.i. to undergo welding.—n. a welded joint.—n. Weldabil′ity.—adj. Wel′dable.—ns. Wel′der; Wel′ding; Weld′-ī′ron, wrought-iron.—adj. Weld′less, having no welds.—n. Weld′-steel, puddled steel. [Scand., Sw. välla, orig. to well up, and so cog. with A.S. weallan, to boil; Ger. wallen.]
weld, v.t. (Spens.) to wield.
Weld state of being close not intended to separate.
Weld is having been united as one shows in a matrimony or wedding ceremony.
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The numerical value of WELD in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of WELD in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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- soldarCatalan, Valencian
- Färberwau, schweißenGerman
- οξυγονοκολλώ, συγκόλλησηGreek
- gualda, soldar, soldaduraSpanish
- جوش دادنPersian
- réséda des teinturiers, souder, braser, gaudeFrench
- lassen, verbinden, samenvoegen, wellenDutch
- zespajać, rezeda żółtawa, zespawać, zespoić, spawać, spoić, spajaćPolish
- сваривать, сплачивать, объединять, объединить, сварить, сплотитьRussian
- zavariti, varitiSerbo-Croatian
- ประสานรอย, บัดกรีThai
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