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wield, exert, maintain(verb)
have and exercise
"wield power and authority"
wield, handle, manage(verb)
"The burglar wielded an axe"; "The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well"
To command, rule over; to possess or own.
To control, to guide or manage.
To handle with skill and ease, especially of a weapon or tool.
To exercise (authority or influence) effectively.
Origin: From wieldan, a derivative of wealdan "to govern", from *walt-. Cognate with German walten, Swedish vålla.
to govern; to rule; to keep, or have in charge; also, to possess
to direct or regulate by influence or authority; to manage; to control; to sway
to use with full command or power, as a thing not too heavy for the holder; to manage; to handle; hence, to use or employ; as, to wield a sword; to wield the scepter
Origin: [OE. welden to govern, to have power over, to possess, AS. geweldan, gewyldan, from wealdan; akin to OS. waldan, OFries. walda, G. walten, OHG. waltan, Icel. valda, Sw. vlla to occasion, to cause, Dan. volde, Goth. waldan to govern, rule, L. valere to be strong. Cf. Herald, Valiant.]
Wield is a civil parish in Hampshire, England, within the district of East Hampshire. It includes two neighbouring villages, Upper Wield and Lower Wield. The parish council meets quarterly at the parish hall in Upper Wield. Wield as a civil parish is separate from the church parish. The parish church, dedicated to St James, is also in Upper Wield. It is mainly Norman, and is a Grade I listed building.
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