Definitions for woldwoʊld
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an elevated tract of open country.
Often, wolds. (usu. cap.) an open, hilly district, esp. in England, as in Yorkshire or Lincolnshire.
Origin of wold:
bef. 900; ME; OE w(e)ald forest, c. OFris, OS, OHG wald forest, ON vǫllr untilled field; perh. akin to wild
a tract of open rolling country (especially upland)
An unforested or deforested plain, a grassland, a moor.
A wood or forest, especially a wooded upland
Origin: From wald, wold, from (Anglian) wald, from walþuz, from u̯el(ə)-t- (cf. gwallt ‘hair’, váltis ‘oat awn’, vlat ‘ear (of wheat)’, λάσιος ‘hairy’).
a wood; a forest
a plain, or low hill; a country without wood, whether hilly or not
WOLD-FM is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Marion, Virginia. The station, established in 1968, is currently owned and operated by TECO Broadcasting, Inc. The station's broadcast license is held by T.E.C. 2 Broadcasting, Inc. The station was assigned the call sign "WOLD-FM" by the Federal Communications Commission.
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